Help & Advice

Providing independent, confidential, and impartial advice to all University of Worcester students

Quick links 

University of Worcester Counselling and Mental Health Service

The team consists of Counsellors: Clare Nield, Kirsten Brown and Debbie Evans; and Mental Health Advisors: Angie Harding, Carol Bottomley and Lisa Edmed.

The C&MH Service can be contacted via a central email address: cmh@worc.ac.uk 

The central phone number for all new referrals to the Service is 01905 54 2832.

Please see the University's information pages for more information click here.

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Other ways to Access Counselling

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy offer information and advice about counselling, and a list of registered and professionally accredited counsellors

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Other Sources of Mental Health Advice & Support

Young Minds, YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.
Guide to Coping on Campus #copingoncampus

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Worcestershire Healthy Minds supports people, aged 16 and over, who are experiencing problems such as stress, anxiety, low mood and depression.

We help people improve their mental wellbeing through a range of interventions such as short courses, online therapies, and guided self- help.

 

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

MIND Emoodji App
Emoodji
 is a mobile app created by Mind for students, to help them stay mentally well while coping with the pressures of university.

Emoodji allows you to quickly and easily share how you’re feeling with close friends. Take a selfie or a photo, attach a relevant emoji to it and send it to your friends or keep it for your own feed.

Using an emoji allows you to capture and share your emotion quickly, whether you’re at a particularly high or low moment in your university life. You can then respond to friends and support each other.

Emoodji also tracks your mood, giving you a snapshot of how things have been going for you over the past week and month. It then offers you tips on aspects of university life that might be having an impact, from dealing with coursework, coping with Freshers Week or improving your sleep.

Whether you’re feeling good or feeling the pressure, Emoodji helps you look after your feelings and provides helpful tips on how to stay mentally healthy at university.

You can now download links for Android and iOS: www.emoodji.co.uk

Or the direct links to the app stores are:

Papyrus is a National charity for the prevention of suicide in young people

Rethink is a charity supporting those suffering severe mental illness. Offering practical support and providing services.

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: 10 Sansome Place, Worcester
  • Helpline: 116 123 Open 24 hours a day and 365 days
  • Email: jo@samaritans.org.uk
  • Write: Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, PO Box 9090, STIRLING, FK8 2S

Every Mind Matters from Public health England has simple ways to look after your mental health.

The Wellbeing Thesis

An all-inclusive informational website for postgraduate research students to support and maintain a good mental wellbeing.

 

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