Counselling gives you some time and space to explore any issue that is of concern to you.
Counsellor are specially trained to listen attentively and provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment where you have the opportunity to engage in self-reflection, with a focus on your well-being and personal growth.
You can also get advice on where to find additional support and how best to move forward.
If you are interested in meeting with a counsellor in a confidential setting about the difficulties you are experiencing, the Student Counselling Service offers One to One Counselling.
If you are a student struggling to cope, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help you.
Examples of the issues students seek counselling for include:
- Stress or Anxiety
- Relationship Difficulties (family, romantic, platonic)
- Depression or Mood Difficulties
- Grief or Bereavement
- Homesickness or Loneliness
- Lack of Motivation or Direction
- Sexual / Personal Identity Issues
- Parental Separation
- Assault or Abuse
- Bullying or Racism
- Addiction or Substance Use
- Eating or Body Image Issues
- Unplanned Pregnancy
- Low Confidence or Self-Esteem
You may look for any of our counsellor (subject to availability) during term time from Monday to Friday through Lunch (1.00pm-2.00pm).
Otherwise, to make an appointment with the Student Counselling Service, please consider one of the options below: