Peer support is when people use their own experiences to help each other. There are different types of peer support, but they all aim to bring together people with shared experiences to support each other.
Talk Club @ SHU is a peer developed and peer led talking and listening club for male identifying students. Talk Club runs Monday's 5:00pm until 6:30pm in the Multifaith Centre's meeting space, Owen, Level 2. Just turn up.
If you have questions or want to volunteer, please get in touch.
you feeling lonely or isolated and struggling to make friends? Perhaps you are feeling anxious and low in mood and
would benefit from some support to help you create a routine, meet new people
and try new things. If so, this could be for you...
Grief is an incredibly daunting experience but once you
realise there's people around you going through a similar situation, you can
talk about all the different emotions you ’re feeling, so the process becomes
The Inclusive Support Team organises regular social
activities and peer support for autistic students. You do not need to
have a formal diagnosis of autism to access the activities, events and support
organised by Inclusive Support.