Does stress, anxiety or low mood interfere with your ability to perform academically or enjoy student life?
If so, improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) can help.
What does the service do?
Being a student can be one of the most exciting, vibrant times of our lives. With this, however, there can often be a great deal of adjustment, uncertainty, expectations and stresses. It is these unpleasant aspects of student life which can impact not only on our wellbeing, but also our studies.
Coventry and Warwickshire IAPT offer a service for Warwick University students, designed to help deal with common mental health problems such as stress, anxiety or depression, as well as panic, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Is this service for me?
Offering a range of talking therapies, this free, confidential service is open to you if:
- You are aged 16 or over
- You are registered with a GP in Coventry or Warwickshire
- Your mental health is causing you concern and is affecting your studies, health, home or social life.
Support is provided by trained professionals and is available in a wide range of locations in the Coventry and Warwickshire area, including the University of Warwick Health Centre and SUHQ.
IAPT offer a range of other therapies. These are designed to enable people to understand their difficulties and learn to treat themselves, which can help prevent problems returning.
For more information about this please call 0845 521 6100.
If you would like information about other services available on campus please look at the Wellbeing Suport Services and if you need any help accessing any of the services or want further information please contact the Students’ Union Advice Centre or the Welfare Officer
You can also download a free psychological audio App from itunes and Google Marketplace.