No face-to-face support appointments are available until further notice.
30 Minute Wellbeing Advice Telephone and Skype appointments are available and can be booked via Advice Zone Online. During this appointment you will have the opportunity to discuss the difficulties you are experiencing and may be referred on for further specialised support. Please include your mobile number or Skype address in the relevant section of the online booking form. You should always keep your contact details up to date in case the University needs to contact you.
Mental health changes all the time and it depends on many things, such as whether you’re feeling good about yourself or getting on with your family and friends. Sometimes there can be lots of things stressing you out including how you're feeling physically or whether you are sleeping and eating well.
Just as everyone has physical health, so everyone has mental health – sometimes good, sometimes not so good. Mental health is very individual, so what feels 'normal’ to one person may be very different to what other people experience.
What the Mental Health Service offers:
An opportunity to talk through your difficulties in confidence, with an experienced Mental Health Adviser, and discuss appropriate ongoing support. This may include -
We can support you throughout
your studies including any breaks from studies (e.g. interruption of studies).
We can work with you on issues such as:
What you can expect from the Service: