How the University's Mental Health Advisers can help you with a long-term mental health condition
Therapeutic Services & Mental Health
If you're a student and feel depressed, held back by anxiety, or troubled by your thoughts, feelings, or behaviour, we're here to help.
How talking therapy could help you and how to access it
Courses and one-off workshops to help you manage and overcome common mental health problems and boost your wellbeing
You can talk to an adviser by phone or live chat 24 hours a day through our Be Well - Talk Now service
Free counselling available from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic-led therapy service
A social group for students who identify as being on the autism spectrum.
A peer-led social group to support students who have experienced a bereavement.
Improve your mental health and wellbeing with our supported art, gardening and exercise programmes.
A weekly social group for students who are experiencing loneliness or feeling isolated.
A monthly support group for students who are questioning or exploring their LGBTQ+ identity.
A supportive community of men
If you’re struggling with anxiety, low mood or stress, there’s lots of information, advice and self-help resources available to help you make positive changes.
Read Well is a joint project run by Student Support and the Library to offer books that can support your wellbeing.
Look after your mate is a mental health workshop run by Student Support and the SU together with Student Minds.