Everyone has mental health – sometimes good, sometimes not so good. If you're experiencing distressing thoughts and feelings there is help available at the University.
Help and support is available at the University if you are experiencing emotional distress or have a diagnosed mental health difficulty.
If you are concerned that a friend or flatmate may be experiencing some mental health difficulties, there are a number of ways you may be able to help them.
If you're experiencing mental health or emotional difficulties, counselling can provide a safe space for you to talk through and explore your feelings.
If you're worried, feeling low or stressed, or finding it hard to sleep, you may want to explore our online mental health programme from SilverCloud.
Support is available to you if you feel anxious, low or depressed.
University can be an exciting experience, but sometimes you may feel homesick, worried about money, pressures of study or that you're 'not fitting in'.
Feelings of homesickness are very common and usually subside as you begin to settle into your new life at university.
It's natural to feel nervous before an exam. Find out what you can do to help calm your anxiety.
Find out what you can do to help reduce your anxiety whilst in an exam.
Find out what the causes are of stress and how you can recognise the symptoms.
Find out what you can do to manage the causes and symptoms of stress.