Our teams are ready to work with you to develop the personal resources and skills you need to navigate the challenges and opportunities of student life. Please visit the links for more information:
- Self-help resources
- Masterclasses and the Steps to Wellbeing Programme
- Please visit the Wellbeing Portal to access support via our brief consultations which will be held online and face to face. The session is held with a wellbeing professional and is an opportunity to talk through what it is you are looking for support with, and to explore what options of support and advice would be best for you. Depending on individual needs and circumstance, for some students it may be talking through some advice and techniques during the consultation which they can then go and try out themselves, with further online resources and self-help shared with them via the Wellbeing Portal afterwards. For others, the consultation may result in further appointments being booked if more time or specific support is required.
- Psychological interventions - please visit the Wellbeing Portal to access via our brief consultations
- Email therapy
- Therapy groups
- Specialist one to one disability support
- How we can help with disabilities (including mental health) - we offer to manage the impact of a disability, including specific learning differences, mental health, autism spectrum and long term medical conditions.
- Counselling and Psychology Interventions Team(CAPIT) offers a range of therapeutic interventions for students experiencing emotional or psychological issues.
- Support for survivors of sexual and domestic violence or abuse
We will work with you to enable you to thrive
Wellbeing and Student Support provide a range of services that can help you to develop the personal resources and skills you need to navigate the challenges and opportunities of student life.
We will support you in a number of ways
Practical support with:
- Accommodation (including accessible accommodation)
- Sexual misconduct
- Time out from study
- Disabled Student Allowances
- Liaising with departments
- Reasonable adjustments
- Specialist study skills and mentoring
- And anything else that’s troubling you
Emotional support for a wide range of issues:
- Depression or low mood
- Disordered eating
- Gender identify and self-identity
- Motivation and procrastination
- Sexual abuse
- Substance misuse
- Suicidal ideation
- And other difficulties
Other sources of support
"The Wellbeing Adviser gave a lot of advice on how I could try and get myself better. And really big thanks to her for listening to me"
Get in touch
Students, please contact us via the Wellbeing Portal
024 7657 5570
We are here (Senate House, ground floor)
Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm (Friday until 4pm)
Brief consultations - Monday to Friday 10am-3pm