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University Resources

Our candidates attend universities all over the country. We have pooled together wellbeing resources from various universities below (watch this space!)


Paula Tunbridge - Director of Student Life and Wellbeing 

Tel: work+44 (0)1904 323007


Open Door - Open Door is a team of Mental Health Practitioners and Student Wellbeing Officers providing support to registered students experiencing psychological or mental health difficulties. 

+44 (0)1904 322140  


​Mr Samuel Dale - Director of Student Support and Wellbeing -  

Ms Amanda Chilton – Student Support and Wellbeing Administrator -  

Counselling & Mental Health Service - All sessions are currently being delivered remotely – wherever you are in the world. We offer advisory sessions on psychological wellbeing, counselling, and mental health via the Microsoft Teams App (in Apps Anywhere), or via Zoom/Skype or telephone. We are only able to call UK-based telephone numbers.

To self-refer please email:  


Wellbeing walk-in service Student Disability Service, The Health & Well-being Centre, 7 Bristo Square on Mondays and Thursdays between 13.00 – 16.00. 

Counselling service -  

0131 650 4170  

Andy Shanks – Director or Student

Wellbeing tel:0131 651 4100  


Student Counselling & Wellbeing Service – online and in person appointments 

Book an appointment:  0113 343 0526.  

Beth Eaton – Leeds university student Union Wellbeing




The Moorings @ Devon offers out-of-hours mental health support between 6pm and midnight to anyone aged 16+ in the Devon area. You can email or telephone the team for support.  

For more information please see:  

Tel: 07990 790 920  



Nightline is a confidential listening and information service run by Exeter students, for Exeter students.  Available 8pm - 1am every night of term, via Instant Message only. 


An instant messaging service all over the world is available on their website (


Wellbeing Services 


The first point of contact to the Mental Health Advisory service is via the Wellbeing Advisor. Wellbeing Advisors will offer an initial assessment and refer you to our team if you meet the requirements.


To access the service please contact the Wellbeing Advisors: 

Learman, Dr Lynn 

Counselling Service Manager 

0151 794 3304 

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Counselling - The Newcastle University Counselling team provide counselling for students who may be struggling with life concerns which cause unmanageable emotional or psychological distress.  

You can request an assessment appointment by phoning us on + 44 (0) 191 208 3333, or by web form. You will be contacted as soon as an appointment becomes available.  


If you or someone else needs urgent medical care which is not life-threatening or need to speak to someone urgently, please contact the UHS reception team on +44 114 222 2100. 

You can also talk to The Samaritans on 116 123. 

If we’re closed or you’re uncertain, call 111. 

Student Access to Mental Health Support (SAMHS) 

Book a triage appointment with SAMHS (student login required)

Book a triage appointment with SAMHS 


Students’ Union Health and Wellbeing Support


Welfare, Health and Wellbeing 

Togetherall provides a safe space for members to engage anonymously with a wider network of people across the world who understand what it's like to struggle with mental health. 

Warwick Wellbeing Support Services offers an array of services. These include Online Brief Consultation sessions from 10 AM to 3 PM Monday to Friday which can be booked via the Wellbeing Portal or a helpline open between 8:30 AM to 5 PM Monday to Friday (024 7657 5570). 

Warwick Nightline is an alternative service that is student-run and confidential. They offer calls (02476 522 199 or 02476 574 322 9PM – 9AM), a drop-in service located between New and Old Rootes, instant messaging here (9PM – 1AM), and an email ( 

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Counselling Service 
01865 270300 

Opening hours 


During term (Weeks 0-9) reception is open 09:00-17:00, Monday-Friday. 

For pre-arranged appointments the Service remains open until 20:00, Monday-Thursday. 


Comprehensive counselling guide: 

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Paula Tunbridge - Director of Student Life and Wellbeing 

Tel: work+44 (0)1904 323007  

Open Door - Open Door is a team of Mental Health Practitioners and Student Wellbeing Officers providing support to registered students experiencing psychological or mental health difficulties. 

+44 (0)1904 322140  


Advice and Counselling services:


School specific support:


Students’ Union Academic Advice Service:


Project:Talk QMUL – a society that aims to help students develop their mental fitness:


Togetherall – an external, 24/7 online community. QMUL students get free access via their academic email address:


Student Wellbeing Hub

All information regarding the university’s offering can be viewed here:


Student Counselling Service

LSE offers a counselling office, including an external support service out of hours:


Peer Support

An opportunity to talk confidently with a trained student volunteer:



Wellbeing Hub


Wellbeing Chats

Southampton offers both online and in-person counselling services:


Self-Help Resources

The university offers an array of practical self-help resources. See here:


KCLSU Wellbeing

A central hub to all of KCL’s wellbeing resources:


Black Students Talk

A peer support group providing safe, supportive, and therapeutic spaces for Black students:


Talk Club

A men’s mental fitness movement, open to all male-identifying King’s students:


Positive Peers

Peer support to help students, from any background:


Bristol SU Wellbeing Hub


Student Counselling Service

Offering short-term individual counselling with experience counsellors or therapeutic groups. These groups include a BAME group, a women’s group, cognitive behaviour groups and others:


Sexual Violence Liaison Officers

Bristol has a team of both male and female Sexual Violence Liaison Officers who are specially trained to support any students who have experienced any form of sexual violence. See more here:


Cardiff SU Wellbeing Hub


Counselling and Wellbeing Service

The university has a dedicated team to deal with an array of issues. Contact them via email ( or call them on 029 2251 8888


Mental Health Advisors

The University has two specialist advisors who you can book meetings with. Email them on or call +44 (0)29 2087 4844 to book a meeting.

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Student Wellbeing Hub

All information regarding Cambridge’s wellbeing resources can be found here:


College Pastoral Support

Each college offers individualised wellbeing services. More information here:


University Counselling Service

Covers all topics, from general counselling, Covid-19 support, and sexual assault and harassment advice to name a few:'


Wellbeing Hub


Counselling Team

Manchester’s counselling team offers both 1-on-1 coaching and various events. See here:


Wellbeing Live Chat

An opportunity to chat with a wellbeing advisor virtually during office hours:


Wellbeing Resources

A comprehensive bank of wellbeing resources:


Wellbeing Hub


Student Wellbeing Service

QUB offers a drop-in service, one-to-one consultations, and various events. See more here:


Self-Help Resources

The university offers an array of self-help resources. Access here:

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