For Mental Health Awareness Week, Stemettes ran a series of events from 10th-14th May to support and promote good mental health practices. Girls and non-binary people joined events that ranged from journaling and yoga, to meditation and panel events.
?☀️ Join @Stemettes for Mental Health Awareness Week.
? We have events on between 10th -16th May 2021 to help you with your mental health and keep a positive and relaxed mind!#WomeninSTEM#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/hLbwXk94cs
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Of those who took part in the task master activity, journaling and meditation, 100% said they would go to the session again.
“It was amazing hearing about how useful it is to get support and also how normal it is to use it. I also enjoyed hearing about new ways to relieve exam stress.” – Meditation session attendee
?Live now! With our #Stemettes host Sara and fellow Stemette Society members discussing techniques to improve your mental health while studying.#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/jPBeAy44a9
— Stemettes ® ?★ # + (@Stemettes) May 10, 2021
“I found this session very beneficial for my happiness and mental health. I feel that although mindfullness sounds boring and just “breathing whatever blablabla”, I came to terms in this session that mindfullness has a positive impact for my mental health, and it is relaxing for my mind and body.”
- 82% of all session attendees said they would attend another similar session
- 86% of attendees spend at least 1 hour per week on the Stemettes Society
- 41% of attendees spend more than 3 hour per week on Stemettes Society
Head to Stemettes Instagram to re-watch the IG live session!