The Student Wellbeing Service offers confidential help with a wide range of personal and emotional concerns and is available to every student at the university, free of charge.
- Counselling face to face, or via email if you prefer
- A weekly "wellbeing cafe" offering talks and activities, and an opportunity to meet up with other students interested in personal development and wellbeing.
- Workshops and courses on positive wellbeing skills such as mindfulness, self-compassion and creative life story work. Short workshops on common student issues like sleep difficulties, procrastination, perfectionism, panic and exam anxiety. Courses on common difficulties such as stress, anxiety and low mood.
- The "What'sUp" app, for wellbeing and self help - providing a personal space to track your mood and express your thoughts, feelings and emotions.
- Online courses on stress, anxiety, depression and body image using research-proven cognitive behavioural therapy methods you can apply in your own time and at your own pace.
An access guide for the Nuffield Centre is available on DisabledGo.com
There is no charge for the wellbeing service.
Contact the Student Wellbeing Service to self-refer.