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Wellbeing Support Services

Overview

Wellbeing Support Services 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.

The first step is a brief consultation to help you identify next steps and decide on the type of support you may need. Disabled students don’t have to go through a brief consultation if they want to speak to the Disability Team directly. The support offered includes:

  • Self-help resources
  • Skills sessions
  • One-to-one appointments
  • Psychological interventions
  • Email counselling
  • Therapy groups
  • Specialist mentoring/study skills support

Our teams are ready to work with you

The Wellbeing Support Team offers practical advice and emotional support for your wellbeing and help accessing other services.

The Disability Team offers support to manage the impact of a disability, including specific learning differences, mental health, autism spectrum and long term medical conditions.

The Counselling and Psychology Interventions Team offers a range of therapeutic interventions for students experiencing emotional or psychological issues.

Get in touch

+44 (0)24 7657 5570

Wellbeing Portal

wellbeing.warwick.ac.uk

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 17.00 (Friday until 16.00)

Brief consultations - Monday to Friday 10.00-15.00

We are located in Senate House on the ground floor.

Wellbeing in Welcome Week

Wellbeing Support Services will be holding a number of events during Welcome Week.

These sessions are for students who want to learn strategies and tips to improve their general wellbeing. Many students who are feeling stressed, worried or anxious, also find it hard to concentrate on their studies. By learning to manage your own wellbeing, you can also increase your productivity in your studies.

Our Masterclasses will focus on specific themes - Feeling Good, Functioning Well and Managing Change. Our last session will focus on techniques specifically for PGT students.

You will not be expected to share anything private or personal to you, but we will give you tools and strategies that you can use to reflect on your own experiences during and after the session.

In 30 minutes the Masterclass will give you skills to help you:

  • Feel calmer
  • Have more control
  • Take control of negative thoughts
  • Work more effectively
  • Boost your mood
  • Connect with the Warwick community
  • Sleep better

You can find all our events on your personalised Welcome Week Timetable. Find out more here.

Students can attend the Wellbeing Digital Drop in and ask members of the Wellbeing Support Services wellbeing related questions about the support available from the Wellbeing Support Services. Find out more here.

Between 11.30am and 2.30pm, members from across Wellbeing Support Services will be available on Central Campus to meet and talk to. Come and say hello and have a chat, we'd love to see you.

Are you a Postgraduate Student?

We have a new online masterclass that we are offering specifically for PGT students.

Take a look and sign up now: