Fabienne Vailes on Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI)

‘…the most important recommendation is for tutors and staff to focus on self-care first. Self-care is essential. If we truly want flourishing institutions, we need flourishing staff and flourishing students.’

Fabienne Vailes, author of The Flourishing Student, is featured on HEPI speaking about the role of tutors in supporting the wellbeing and resilience of students in higher eduction.

Wellbeing and Resilience: The role of tutors – HEPI

This blog was kindly contributed by Fabienne Vailes. An educational expert with almost 25 years of experience in the sector, Fabienne is on a mission to change the face of education, embedding wellbeing into the curriculum to create an environment where both students and staff flourish and develop the mental agility and resilience to succeed both academically and […]

Fabienne Vailes featured in Psychology Today

Fabienne Vailes, author of The Flourishing Student, speaks with John G. Cottone, Ph.D in Psychology Today about prioritizing mental health in higher education.

Mental Health Is at the Center of Higher Education Reform

The median age of onset for psychotic disorders extends from the late teens through the early 20s, when many are in college and graduate school. Recommendations from reformers like Fabienne Vailes, author of ‘The Flourishing Student,’ encourage universities to prioritize mental health.