College Welfare Reps

How are you doing?

It’s really useful to reflect on our own well-being from time to time and to recognise when we could do with a break from our busy lives, or a helping hand. Being open about our own well-being with ourselves and talking openly with others about how we’re feeling is one of the most useful tools we have at our disposal when thinking about our mental health and well-being.

 

Your college has a team of trained peer supporters called ‘welfare reps’. They’re friendly, non-judgmental students who’ll happily meet you for a cuppa in confidence and help you out where they can with some advice and a listening ear. Sometimes, all you need is a good chat (and cake!). However, if need be, they’re trained to direct you to one of the wider support services available to students.

If you’re considering getting in touch, hesitate no further- drop them a message and say hello! There really is no problem too small; you don’t even need to have a reason.

Your College Welfare Reps

We suggest you contact a rep in your college, however you’re more than welcome to contact another if you’d prefer or indeed one of the Galenicals team!

Aiden Warren

Year 1

Georgia Rowley

Year 2

Ellie Mcnally

Year 2

Hannah Cooney

Year 2

Izzy Buridge

Year 1

Xav Leonard

Year 2

Stephen Hodgeson

Year 1

Josh Drinkwater

Year 2

Claire Harris

Year 1

Natasha McGowan

Year 1

Grace Sellars

Year 2

Jo Buckingham

Year 2

Izzy Davies

Year 1

Aarti Jalen

Year 2

Sahar Shams

Year 2

Jack Salen

Year 1

Lulu Kharas

Year 2

Mature & Post-graduate Welfare Rep
Wumi Aruwajoye

Year 2

Any questions or feedback? Please don't hesitate to contact the colleges welfare director by emailing collegeswelfare@galenicals.org.uk

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