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Student Counselling and Wellbeing


Welcome, Croeso:


  • A range of support services available to all students. 
  • A confidential, accredited Service, ensuring that you get a professional and high quality service.
  • Recognising people as individuals, with different needs, aiming to provide something to suit everyone.

Easter 2014 Arrangements

The Student Counselling and Wellbeing office will be closed from 16:30 on Thursday 17 April 2014 and will re-open on Tuesday 22 April 2014 at 09:00. Any messages received during this time will be dealt with as soon as possible on our return. Please see Urgent Advice & General Information below for assistance out of office hours.


When you contact us. . .




We will:

  • Try to offer you support quickly through our Student Wellbeing Team (see our staff profiles);
  • Offer you a broad range of flexible interventions and professional services;
  • Help you access useful resources;
  • Provide you with helpful coping strategies;
  • Meet with you to discuss your difficulty, either by appointment or Wellbeing Walk-In (daily drop-in session);
  • Refer you to our Counselling Team, for face-to-face or online counselling;
  • Refer you, if need be, to our Specialist Mental Health Nurse.


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Urgent Advice & General Information

Not sure where to find the information you need?

  • Live Chat is normally online between 11:00 and 13:00 Monday to Friday.
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