MeWell (Mental Wellbeing Community)

We are a community of students and staff members from Zürich universtities that seek to improve mental wellbeing in academia.

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Team

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Contact

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Events

We are planning a lot of events. Check out our calendar on this site or go directly to our Eventbrite page!

Our community

The Mental Wellbeing Community is a non-profit organization (Verein). Its members are friends, colleagues, and activists trying to bring about positive change in how academia interacts with mental health. We want to achieve this by focusing on 3 projects:

Increase the awareness and importance

We continually strive to host events and initiatives for the academic community. From relaxing events to guest talks to panel discussions with field experts, we want to engage our local academic community.

Provide a strong peer-support community

We are creating an ever-growing community of friends in which we promote a safe space for people to feel welcome and to discuss topics that may be on our minds. The goal is to have frequent, healthy interactions between peers.

Become the on-campus hub for all information

We provide information about helpful events and resources to those in need and to those who are generally interested. Our partnership with local organizations facilitates the transfer of this information.

Want to find out more? Most information can be found in the annual report and bylaws on your right. If you still have questions, always feel free to drop us a message through this contact form.

Agenda

Join us!

We invite you to join all (or some) of our events. These consist of online round tables, online talks and maybe soon also live events. You can find our calendar further below or directly visit our Eventbrite page.
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Monthly topics

Most of our events revolve around a certain topic that changes every month. You can also find posts about the topic of the month on our social media channels. Be sure to check them out!
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Mental Health Week

Details will follow end of September
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Calendar

Here is a list of our upcoming events on our Eventbrite page. We hope to see you there!

contact@mewellcommunity.ch

Mental Health

1 in 3

People experience mental illness in their lives.

1 in 2

PhD students experience psychological distress.

1 in 5

young Swiss adults with mental illness currently receive treatment.
(Levecque et al., 2017 and Werlen et al., 2020)

Information hub

We are currently working on collecting, summarizing and visualizing information about mental health as well as corresponding services and contact points in and around Zürich.

Meet the team

We have a lot of fun at our internal Meetings, Even online!

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Our members

Miguel Ángel Quero

President

Dr. Natacha Van Groeningen

Vice President

Dr. David Neubauer

Treasurer

Anastasia Taranova

Events Team Co-Coordinator

Tiyam Nikray

Events Team Co-Coordinator

Amanda Caracas

Public Relations Coordinator

Lorraine Madur

Events Team Member

Mohammad Nouraddini

Events Team Member
Ex-President

Stella Brogna

Events Team Member
Public Relations Team Member

Cedi Xu

Events Team Member

Akanksha Kumar

Public Relations Team Member

Jonas Passweg

Public Relations Team Member

Dr. Eric Burns

Ex-President
Ex-Vice-President

Katrin Schulz

Active Member

Jonathan Clemens

Active Member

Gracia Brückman

Active Member

Junofy Anto Rozarina

Active Member

Caroline Schmidt

Active Member

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    Collaborations

    ETH Student Project House
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    Gesundheitsfoerderung Kanton Zürich
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    Pro Mente Sana
    ensa
    aveth
    vmusys
    Students Mind Project
    find your way coaching
    brainability