Our support services
Everyone has mental health – sometimes good, sometimes not so good. You may have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, or you may be feeling low, stressed, depressed, anxious, angry, or feeling that life isn't worth living.
Whatever your concerns are, no matter how long you've had them or whether or not you know the cause, come along to our drop-in service (no appointment needed), contact us via the Student Services Hub. We understand you may feel anxious, but we are not here to judge and whatever is discussed will be treated with respect and kept confidential.
In the evenings or at weekends you can talk to Nightline or contact the Validium Student Wellbeing Support Line. If you live in University accommodation, you can contact Security out of hours for advice and support. Please also see the ‘External support services’ below for further information.
Contact your Student Services Hub
The Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity Service is currently operating a remote drop in service. You can request a video or telephone appointment by using the online drop in service enquiry form.
The Counselling Service, provided by Validium, will also be offering appointments remotely.
For any queries about COVID-19, please refer to the University's guidance.
Find out who to contact in a medical or mental health emergency
More information on the services available to you can be found in our Student Wellbeing Guides: