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.
If you are in need of urgent help, click below to access essential websites and helplines. If the matter is life threatening, call 999 immediately.
Want to get further help in between appointments? Check out our workshops & events for sessions on stress management, anxiety, depression and much more.
In the video below, developed by the University Mental Health Advisers Network (UMHAN), you can learn what a Mental Health Adviser is and how they can help you with your mental health.
Specialist Mentors provide one-to-one support for students with a Mental Health Condition and / or Autism (ASD/ASC). Our Specialist Mentors can provide support with: organisation, time management and prioritisation, mood, avoidance/ procrastination, confidence, self-esteem and emotional resilience, motivation and morale, establishing study/work/life balance, anxiety management, stress management, effective communication, establishing and maintaining social relationships, and signposting to other internal and external services. To learn more about how a Specialist Mentor may be able to help you, book a Wellbeing Advice Appointment.