#NWUStudentWellbeing

PUKFM 93.6  |  Podcast , ±6 min episodes every 1 week  | 
Student Counselling and Development (SCD) are launching a #NWUStudentWellbeing Project.

Each week SCD will cover a different student wellbeing theme and the project will include the use of: Podcasts, Webinars, Info-graphics, Quizzes, Q&A, and Stories.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO?
1 Follow SCD and PUKfm on all the various Social media platforms (Instagram: @nwuscd and @pukfm936) (Facebook: PUKfm 93.6 and NWUSCD)
2 Check weekly on Social Media/eFundi what SCD is doing that week
3. Complete the ‘Ask us anything about the theme’ survey: https://forms.gle/eVYmNFUjtJZH7kyG9
4. Share the love for SCD/PUKfm by sharing our pages and your story and use the tag: #nwuscd and #pukfm936

We look forward to seeing you sharing the love and stories and joining in on the project

"Nothing for students without students"

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18
NOV
2020

#NWUStudentWellbeing : Assertiveness

Being assertive falls right in the middle of being passive and being aggressive. If you're passive, you might never get to vocalize your needs; if you're aggressive, you'll come across as a big bully. But, if you're assertive, you'll be able to express your desires while respecting the needs of others, and you'll have a better chance of getting what you want and deserve. We are here to help!
09
SEP
2020

#NWUStudentWellbeing : Suicide Prevention

When we hear the word ‘suicide’, we all experience a range of different emotions –sadness, hopelessness, loss, confusion, etc. This is not an easy topic to discuss, but a necessary one. Many people have been affected by a loved one being suicidal, having either attempted, or succeeded, to take their own lives.

12 episodes