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The University runs two services The Student Counselling Service and The Mental Health Advisory Service. Both services are free to students.
The Student Counselling Service
There are two counsellors: Clare Nield and Gwion Jones.
They can be contacted by phone (Clare: 85 5417; Gwion: 85 5105), e-mail email@example.com or by going to their offices and leaving a note (Clare: WB77; Gwion: WB 78)
The Mental Health Advisory Service
The is Mental Health Advisor can be contacted by phone 01905 85 5447, email - firstname.lastname@example.org or by going to their office (WB 80) and leaving a note.
Please see the University's information pages for more information click here.
The Counselling Directory can be used to find a list of qualified counsellors in your area.
Please note , that the University's Counselling Service is free for students, therefore students should carefully consider before paying for counselling services.
MIND, the Mental Health charity runs a helpline and has local offices offering supported housing, crisis helplines, drop-in centres, counselling, befriending, advocacy, employment and training schemes, and other services.
Information line: 0845 7660 163
Rethink is a charity supporting those suffering severe mental illness. Offering practical support and providing services.
Information line: 0845 456 0455
Samaritans provides confidential non-judgemental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Their service is via telephone, email or writing or in person.
Address: 9 Sansome Place, Worcester
Helpline: 08457 909 090 Open 24 hours and 365 days
Write: Chris, P.O. Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA
Student Against Depression A website for students offering information, resources and real student case studies about depression and strategies for tackling it.
BEAT - Beating Eating Disorders A charity for people with eating disorders. They offer professional help, message boards and a helpline for sufferer and their families.
Beat Helpline: 0845 634 1414
Beat Youthline: 0845 634 7650