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Stay Well

ONEMoB YARNING CIRCLE

This virtual yarning circle will be a culturally safe environment in order to allow creativity and collaboration through:

  • Expressing your ideas and thoughts
  • Promoting reciprocal sharing and learning
  • Facilitating communication, reflection, and mindfulness
  • Building positive engagement
  • Providing cultural learning experiences.

DATE: 5 May and 19 May 
TIME: 11 am - 12 pm

ACCESS: Please access the session using this Zoom link.

HOST: The Indigenous Wellbeing and Engagement Team exists to support the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to access and participate in education programs at CQUniversity in physical and online spaces.

Self-care during social isolation

Come along for a chat about creative and compassionate ways to care for yourself during social isolation. If you take care of you first you’ll then be able to look after those around you too.

DATE: 6 May 2020
TIME: 10 am – 11 am

ACCESS: Please access the session using this Zoom Link.

HOST: Student Counsellor, Leanne Pethick.

Living life well with others during lockdown

Join us for a session to discuss how to maintain respectful relationships with the people around you during isolation. Whether you are living with your parents, your children, friends, a partner, in a share house or on your own, this session will be relevant for you.

DATE: 7 May 2020
TIME: 2 pm – 3 pm

ACCESS: Please access the session using this Zoom Link.

HOSTS: Student Counsellors, Michele Palu and Beth Mackay.

Living with a disability or chronic health condition and studying online?

If you are living with disability or managing a chronic health condition, it’s important to know what practical supports, free resources and targeted services you can access at CQUni. Studying online can be challenging in the current environment, so knowing how to reach out for help is essential if you are finding it difficult. Don’t go it alone.

In this session, staff from the Inclusion and Accessibility Service will explain the range of support available and how the team works with students. They will also share real life examples of students who have overcome significant barriers to succeed in their studies while living with disability or chronic health conditions.

Come along to find out more about the benefits of how to get the right support in place to improve your study experience

DATE: 14 May 2020
TIME: 1.30 pm – 2.30 pm

ACCESS: Please register in advance here. If you have any questions please contact accessibility@cqu.edu.au.

HOSTS: Natalie Vonthien.

Staying Social during Social Isolation

Keeping socially connected and energised while apart and dealing with loneliness.

DATE: 19 May 2020
TIME: 2 pm – 3 pm

ACCESS: Please access the session using this Zoom Link.

HOST: Student Counsellor, Beth Mackay