Student Counselling

University life can sometimes produce a great deal of stress. The reasons for this can range from a heavy workload and imminent deadlines, to difficulties of a personal nature. Student Counselling provides an opportunity to discuss any difficulties you may be experiencing in your life with a qualified person.

Everyone brings different issues to counselling. If you are not sure if it is right for you please come and talk to us.

Counselling is a process which enables you to explore and make sense of issues that may be distressing you or disrupting your life. Counsellors work with respect for individuals' values and beliefs with the aim of offering the greatest opportunity for growth and change. Some of the issues you might explore are managing depression, panic attacks, low self esteem or relationships. Everyone brings different issues to counselling. If you are not sure if it is right for you please come and talk to us.


We offer:

  • Time and space for you
  • An opportunity to talk about any of your concerns
  • An opportunity to build on and learn new skills to support yourself


Confidentiality

Our counsellors all work within the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) or United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Ethical Framework. In line with these codes, the information that you discuss will remain confidential unless you ask your counsellor to share it with someone else. There are a few exceptions to this which will be explained to you when you contact the service.