Mental Wellbeing

As exciting as university can be, we understand it can also come with its challenges. No matter where you are in your university journey, these can feel challenging and overwhelming, and we would like to support you with this. There is a lot of wellbeing and mental health support available, it is the role of our Wellbeing Advisers to  to help find the best support for you. Wellbeing appointments can be booked on Advice Zone Online, and are available on campus, Microsoft teams, and telephone.  

Wellbeing Advisers are here to talk to you about your wellbeing and mental health, it is a confidential service, where the adviser can explore your needs to help develop an understanding of what service or support may be most suitable for you. These could include workshops, short courses, activities, mental health support, and counselling. 

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.

Additionally, for 24/7 confidential online support, register for Togetherall. Togetherall is an anonymous online peer support community moderated and supported by trained Mental Health professionals. Togetherall provides a safe space online to get things off your chest, explore your feelings and learn how to improve and self-manage your mental health and wellbeing.