UWTC Mental Health Awareness Video

Being part of a sports club is a great part of your uni experience; through it you get to go to many socials and meet a lot of new people that you will interact with every week. At Warwick Tennis we want to make sure these are all great experiences. This is why we have introduced a new system in which you can anonymously message the Welfare Officer or the President to let them know of your experiences, whether these be good or bad, we are always here for a chat. And this is not just about your experiences with Warwick Tennis; if you have any concerns or worries about anything in your uni life, whether it be stress for an exam, a disagreement with your flatmates, or you not enjoying social play for one reason or another, we are always happy to chat, whether on Facebook or anonymously through the Lipsi app.

So how does it work? Lipsi is an anonymous messaging system in which you can choose someone you’d like to talk to (Ines- VP and Welfare, or Will- President) without us knowing who you are. If you have a concern with anything, whether it be this person being unpleasant on a night out, trouble balancing social play and work, stress from not winning BUCS or worry about your upcoming essay, all you need to do is click on one of the following links to send a message to the person of your choice.

Ines (Vice President and Welfare Officer) – http://lipsiapp.com/uwtcwelfareofficer 

Will (President) – http://lipsiapp.com/uwtcpresident 

This will take you to the following page, where you can type and send your message.

After sending the message, a code will appear. Make sure you take a note of it or take a screenshot as you will need this to view their reply. Then, to do this, download the Lipsi app and press the following button:

Then type your code and the conversation will open for you. We will reply as soon as possible. And don’t hesitate to message us or any exec member on Facebook if you don’t want to be anonymous, we are ALWAYS happy for a chat!

University Welfare Services are always available if you have more serious concerns or would like more professional advice. You can contact them via this link as well as booking an appointment: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/wss/ .

There are also many other outside services such as https://www.anxietyuk.org.uk/ or https://www.bigwhitewall.com/ which are free to use.