If you’ve landed here, you probably want to know more about wellbeing, mental health and learning.
Working with brilliant people in the UK and around the world, this has been my focus over many years.
In recent years, the wellbeing of our university communities has been the focus of significant concern. Like many others, I don’t think it has to be like this. I believe it is possible for our students (and staff) to have good wellbeing and to learn more and achieve amazing things. To Be Well and to Learn Well.
News and Events
Delighted to have two new book chapters published in an international volume Student Support Services – one with the fantastic Tamsin Bowers-Brown. They cover the role of Student Services and the role of Personal tutors
Very pleased to have been asked to deliver the final keynote address at the 2nd International Conference on the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers on 21st May
Now Available: Be Well, Learn Well study skills book
Improve your wellbeing and academic performance with the Be Well, Learn Well study skills book, authored by Gareth Hughes and published by Macmillan.
Through therapy, research, teaching, writing and campaigning, my aim has been
- To equip students and staff with the ability to maintain and improve their learning and wellbeing
- And to help universities become places that naturally support good mental health and good wellbeing for all of our students and staff.
On this site you’ll find more details about my work, links to resources and some quick tips and guidance for students, staff and universities.
The education sector is full of brilliant, committed, passionate people. Working together, we can make our universities and schools places of good wellbeing, where staff and students flourish and we all learn more, understand more and develop deeper wisdom. I am always keen to work with colleagues and organisations to advance this work further. In the meantime, I hope this site is helpful and I wish you good wellbeing and good learning.
More to explore
Giving yourself some time out from study and being in nature can help you be less self-critical and more focused when you get back to learning