Your mental well-being is important, and the University has Mental Health Coordinators who are here to support and advise students with mental health difficulties. For information on these services, please refer to the University website.
The University also provides Counselling Services for students who may benefit from professional therapeutic counselling so that they may better develop and fulfil their personal, academic and professional potential. Full information on how to access this service, can be found by referring to the University website.
If you are having mental health difficulties you can also consult your GP about any problems you have or support you need. You can also contact the NHS directly. For further information, please refer to the NHS website.
There is also a service called IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapy) which provides a range of help and support, from guided self-help to individual therapy, for people who are feeling stressed, anxious, low in mood or depressed. Information on this service can be found online.
If you are a student experiencing a mental health crisis, or are a parent, friend or member of staff concerned about a student, information about services that are available may be found on the University website.