Following the COVID-19 outbreak, the Wellbeing Service has reviewed what it is able to offer students during these challenging times.

If you need support, please visit our Mental Health and COVID-19 webpage which has a range of useful resources.

We have also introduced a Wellbeing Support Request Form which will allow us to send you more specific resources or refer you to the best service for your query. Where appropriate, we will offer short advice and guidance appointments available via telephone or Zoom. These appointments are not mental health or counselling sessions but can offer support, information and signposting. For support with Extenuating Circumstances or exams deferrals, please speak to the Student Information team within your department.

Please see the Safety Information below if you require immediate/urgent support.

If you have any queries, please email  

Safety Information

If you feel that you urgently need help with your difficulties, it is important that you contact your GP, visit your nearest hospital emergency department or call NHS Wales on 111 to access any statutory care and support you may need.

If you need information or you're worried about something, feel upset or confused, or you just want to talk to someone, the SAMARITANS provide confidential emotional support, 24 hours a day. Contact the Samaritans by email or at  or phone (from the UK) 116 123.


Wellbeing offers a wide range of services, including


I want to talk to someone

If you are feeling overwhelmed or generally stressed and you just need a chat with someone, don’t forget that as well as Wellbeing, there is;

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