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From time to time, university life can feel like a challenge and you may need support.
Our Wellbeing Advisers have a wealth of expertise and are here to listen and to help. They are located in each of our faculties and can provide you with advice and guidance through one-to-one meetings and in groups.
If you haven't previously accessed our Wellbeing, Counselling or Mental Health services, then contact a Wellbeing Adviser in the first instance.
The type of things Wellbeing Advisers can help you with include:
Wellbeing Advisers are also members of a larger team of people who support students, which includes the Counselling and Mental Health Service and the Disability Service. Wellbeing Advisers are able to refer you to both of these services should you require more specialist help and can also direct you to other sources of support. Don’t worry if you are unsure as to what type of help you need, the important thing is to take that first step and get in touch.
Please note, we are currently operating a remote service. Find out about how we will continue to support you and the best way to contact us as we move activity online.Find out more
Use the Wellbeing drop-in available Monday to Friday in your Student Hub at the following times:
Brooks building: 10:00am - 12:45pm, Monday to Thursday and 12:00pm - 3:00pm on Friday
Business School building: 10:00am - 3:00pm, Monday to Friday
Geoffrey Manton building: 10:00am - 12:45pm, Monday to Friday
Wellbeing Advisers are based in each faculty and available Monday to Friday between 8:45am and 4:00pm.
Call: 0161 247 2337