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Student Wellbeing

 

Whilst there is a lot we can do to increase our happiness and wellbeing, if unhelpful and unhealthy patterns of thought or feelings of not being able to cope persist and start to affect our quality of life and relationships, it can be helpful to seek professional support. If you're struggling with mental health concerns, remember you're not alone: according to the World Health Organisation one in four of us will have problems with our mental health or a neurological disorder at some point in our lives. Follow the links below to access support:

Visit the University Counselling Service

Seek support from your College

Visit the Students' Unions' Advice Service

Speak to your GP 

Read the Charlie Waller Memorial Fund guide to asking for help.

Take the NHS mood self-assessment quiz:

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See also:

Mental health support

Mental health emergencies