Peer Support

The Union's ‘Peer Support’ initiative is a student-led group that offers you the chance to chat about mental health, wellbeing, or anything that’s bothering you. This is a safe-space where everything is kept confidential. Our aim is to normalise the conversation around mental health, and our feelings from being bottled up.

We’ll be setting up group peer-to-peer sessions shortly, along with self-help workshops.

To find out more email presew@rguunion.co.uk and follow our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rgupeersupport

Founded by Kerry Harrison (President of Education and Welfare, 2016-18) and Adam James Johnston (President of Education and Welfare, 2018/19)

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