Student Health & Wellbeing is comprised of four services which provide specialist practical and emotional support to students.
We are accustomed to helping people from many different backgrounds and cultures with a wide range of personal, practical and academic concerns.
We work collaboratively within the Multidisciplinary team to provide you with the best possible support, enabling you to manage your wellbeing and academic studies and get the most out of your time at university.
Overview of our services
- Student Health and Wellbeing Engagement Service - offers health and wellbeing promotion, first contact conversations, drop-in sessions and individual consultations around general wellbeing
- Student Disability and Neurodiversity Service - offers support and guidance, including reasonable adjustments for students with long-term health condition(s), physical disability or ASD. Also offers personalised, individual specialist study skills advice and reasonable adjustments for students with Specific learning differences.
- Student Mental Health Service - offers practical and emotional support throughout studies, including specialist mentoring support and reasonable adjustment recommendations
- Student Counselling Service - offers confidential counselling to support and help understand any issues or difficulties which may affect wellbeing, and learn how to manage psychological health.
More information about our services can be found on our StudentHub Student Health and Wellbeing pages.
Registering with the Student Health and Wellbeing Team
Our team offers advice and support for students with Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs), disabilities or long-term health conditions including those with diagnosed mental health conditions. Counselling is available irrespective if you have an SPLD, disability or diagnosis.
Please register with the team today so that we can share with you the types of support available to you throughout your studies.