We know that experiencing mental health difficulties at university can feel overwhelming. However, we can support you while you are studying at The Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ. We will provide you with confidential, unbiased and non-judgemental services, and can also signpost you to appropriate support services outside of The Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ.
The Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ offers support to all students through the Wellbeing Team, Counselling Team and specialist study skills support. The Wellbeing Team (firstname.lastname@example.org)Â is the first point of call for students who are experiencing any form of personal, health, financial or welfare issues. We will provide guidance for students with a disability, mental or long-term health conditions and students who consider themselves to be neurodiverse or have a Specific Learning Difference (SpLD).
The team provides a proactive and professional service to all students, promoting equality and inclusivity throughout the organisation to enable you to reach your full potential.
Wellbeing can assist with a number of things including:
- Accessibility and disability support
- Mental health and emotional wellness
- Support for personal and financial issues (including issues of a sensitive nature)
Please note that the Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ Counselling service is not an emergency service
If you are in crisis
- please contact your GP,
- NHS 111
- or visit your nearest Accident and Emergency department at your local hospital.
- You can also call the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90
If you are in immediate danger, please dial 999 and ask for the Police and other emergency services, if you can.
If you are on campus and are in danger, speak to a member of staff immediately. You can also dial 999 and ask for the Police if you can.
If you are not in immediate danger but you feel threatened in any way, please speak to a member of staff and do contact the Wellbeing Team. Staff will coordinate support for you.