Student wellness encompasses the physical, as well as psychological (mental) domains of a person.  Stress, is probably the greatest contributor to student un-wellness.  Exam pressure, relationships, career anxieties, chronic illness, and many more can adversely affect thinking and emotions, which then exacerbates un-wellness.  Self-knowledge is vital as a first base for students to assess their levels of wellness, reflect on the causes of possible un-wellness, and then seek help and/or implement positive strategies to manage issues.  A self assessment tool, developed and standardised by a team of psychologists, is available on the AssessmentWorld public website, enabling a person to complete and download a full report for further action.  Click here to access the Student Wellness Index Questionnaire (SWIQ).  An example of a report can bee viewed here.