Slow and Steady
-- Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Welcome to your weekly Mental Health and Wellbeing talk show, Slow and Steady wins the race! I'm your host Max and this show discusses real issues with real people through the journey that is life. Join me on Wednesdays 2-3pm.
If you would like to get involved in the show, get in contact with me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Wednesday 11 March 2020 by Max
Guest: Ula Krajinska
Listen to Ula and I discuss eating disorders as Ula takes us through her personal journey on how an eating disorder affects your body and mind.
Mental Health in the Media
Posted Wednesday 19 February 2020 by Max
Guest: Nick Farrer
Join me and Nick, the co-ordinator of London Nightline, an information and listening service for students by students, find out more at nightline.org.uk
We discuss how mental health is portrayed in the media, so listen to our very interesting conversation.
Stress, Aniexty and Loneliness at University
Posted Wednesday 5 February 2020 by Max
Guest: Dr Zhimin He PhD
Slow and Steady is back!!!
This episode we discuss common issues that students at university face, stress, anxiety and loneliness. Dr He and students across London have sent forward their suggestions on how to cope with these issues.
Mental Health and Me
Posted Wednesday 11 December 2019 by Max
Guest Host: Jacob ter Voorde
This Christmas special episode is on my personal journey with mental health and my road to recovery. For everyone out there, have hope, keep going and remember that slow and steady wins the race!
Merry Christmas Everyone, Slow and Steady will be back next term, so tune in!
Mental Health and what universities can do
Posted Wednesday 4 December 2019 by Max
Guest: Olivia Kersey
What does university offer to help their students going through struggles? Are they doing it right? what can be improved? Find out by joining our conversation.
Mental Health and Emotional Support Animals
Posted Wednesday 27 November 2019 by Max
Guest: Sophie Parekh
Emotional support animals and what are they? can they really help people with mental health issues? Join us in our conversation on this very interesting topic.
Mental Health and Psychedelics
Posted Wednesday 20 November 2019 by Max
Guest: Julia Bornemann
There are many therapies to treat and manage mental illness, Julia, working on her PHD at Imperial, enlightens us on the wonders of psychedelics as a possible form of therapy. Imperial has launch the world's first centre for psychedelic research. For more information on Julia's work and how to get involved, check out psychedelicsurvey.com
Mental Health and Wellbeing in another Culture
Posted Thursday 14 November 2019 by Max
Guest: Ekhlasur Rahman
Being born in one culture and ending up in another, Ekhlas shares his experience in what life for him was like in his religion and community, Listen to our conversation at Slow and Steady
Mental Health and International Students
Posted Wednesday 6 November 2019 by Max
Guest: kabir Sharma
Coming to a new country, settling into a new culture with a different language can be difficult. Listen to our conversation on mental health among international students.
Men's Mental Health
Posted Wednesday 30 October 2019 by Max
Guest: Krishan Gobalakrishnan
A conversation on Men's Mental Health, Dealing with a friend going through mental health issues and Men's Body Image
Mental health in the LGBTQ+ community
Posted Wednesday 23 October 2019 by Max
Guest: Urte Krukonyte
A great laid back chat about being a member of the LGBT community and the challenges from outside and within the community itself
Wellbeing and High Achievers
Posted Thursday 17 October 2019 by Max
Guest: Jacob Ter Voorde
Our first Show! A conversation with my amazing friend Jacob about his experience with the pressures and stresses of having to achieve top grades at school.
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