If you are upset or confused or struggling with a problem and you think it might be helpful to discuss things with someone outside your circle of family and friends.
You may have specific issues concerning you, for example, problems with studying, relationships, drugs, alcohol, sexuality, grief and loss, illness, a traumatic experience, self-esteem, self-harm, body image, adjusting to student life, and so on.
Maybe you have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, or you may be feeling stressed, depressed, anxious, angry, behaving out of character or feeling that life isn't worth living. Whatever your concerns are, no matter how long you've had them or whether or not you know the cause, we would encourage you to come along and discuss your situation with us.
It might feel difficult to contact Wellbeing Services for the first time because you might think your problem is too big or too small; you may feel embarrassed or ashamed or be afraid that people may judge you or think that you're 'crazy' or 'weak'. However, at the Wellbeing Service we understand that you may feel anxious but we are not here to judge you. What you say will be treated with respect and held in confidence* by experienced professionals (male and female).
*Please see our confidentiality statement