Nyyti News 1/2023

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Wonderful new year! May it bring everything you wish for as well as success, relaxation and rest.

In this newsletter, we summarise Nyyti's activities during the first half of the year. In the spring of 2023, both students and those working with students will be supported!

So, keep reading this newsletter and you'll know what's coming.

Nyyti´s Chat

Nyytin Chat's spring season starts on Tuesday, January 31, 2023. The conversation will continue with both familiar and new themes!

As earlier, chats are open for all students over the age of 18.

From time to time, the chats will include interesting expert guests to enrich the conversation. However, peer support from a student to a student is our main goal in every chat!

Check out our spring themes below and mark interesting themes in your calendar! By clicking the chat title you get more information about the chat (opens in a new window).

More information about chats on our website.


Workshop: Coping skills and emotional support in ecocrisis on 24 January, 2023

We are currently living in the midst of an environmental emergency and other compounding crises. Looking the other way won’t make them disappear.

How can you cope if you feel anxious about the current global situation? How can emotional skills and empathy help?

Join others to find peer support and coping skills in this demanding situation on Tuesday 24 January, 2023 at 4 pm on Zoom (duration 1hour).

The link to the webinar. (The link opens in a new window.)

  • Meeting ID: 862 8187 6567
  • Passcode: 095883

Support, offered in Finnish

Peer groups for men in January - Held in Finnish

MiehenTila peer groups are intended for men aged 18–29 studying in universities who are willing to share their experiences of coping and strengthen their own mental wellbeing. More information on Nyyti’s website in Finnish. (The link opens in a new window.)

Webinars held in Finnish

Where do you get strength for everyday studying? on February 21, 2023 - More information on Nyyti’s website in Finnish (The link opens in a new window.)

Self-criticism and compassion in studies on March 21, 2023 - More information on Nyyti’s website in Finnish (The link opens in a new window.)

Support for loneliness in Finnish

NyytiCoachig - Only in Finnish

The aim of NyytiCoaching is to support students in their transition to working life and mapping their own course. Coaching can help people to increase their self-awareness and learn to identify their potential and resources.

More information on Nyyti’s website (The link opens in a new window.)

Students’ Mental Health Day

Student Mental Health Day is celebrated every spring. This year, the day is Wednesday, April 19. and the campaign lasts the whole week of the 16th.

Students' Mental Health Day is a campaign day organised by the Student Wellbeing Network. During the day and campaign related students' mental health situation is highlighted and everyone is encouraged to act to promote students' mental health. The campaign is coordinated by Nyyti ry.

This year's campaign theme is moderation. You can participate in the campaign by organising an event related to the theme, by making your own social media communication, or by implementing some small-scale act that promotes mental health in your own or the study community's everyday life. The campaign is intended for all those studying in universities and at upper secondary level, professionals who work with students, and others interested in the subject area. So, the campaign is for everyone!

You can find the campaign pages here (At the moment, the pages are still waiting for an update and the link opens in a new window.). As spring progresses, the website will be updated with the campaign's material bank, which you can use as you wish.

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