Mental Health

What is the Mental Health Service?

The Mental Health Service helps students who are experiencing mental or emotional distress. It offers a range of practical support in a confidential, professional setting. If you are currently experiencing mental health problems it is a good idea to seek help as soon as possible.   

To access the Mental Health Service, you will need to attend a Wellbeing Advice Appointment. This appointment will help determine which services are most suitable for your needs. From your Wellbeing Advice Appointment you may be given:

If you think that working with Mental Health Adviser is right for you, or would like to learn more about the service, book a Wellbeing Advice Appointment to discuss this. 

If you are worried about a fellow student or are in need of urgent intervention yourself, you can report a concern to the Wellbeing Service via the Mental Health Welfare Concern Form.