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UCL Student Psychological Services

Other Resources

This page highlights the advice, training and support available via helpline, web and e-mail. 

Internal, external, general and downloadable resources...

INTERNAL RESOURCES

Accommodation (UCL Residences Office)

E-mail: residences@ucl.ac.uk
Telephone: 46322

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Adviser to Women Students

"Students may face financial, personal or emotional difficulties during the course of their studies. While, often, the Personal Tutor might be the best person to approach, some women students might prefer to speak to a woman member of staff outside their own Department. The UCL Adviser to Women Students is especially concerned with the welfare and social needs of women at UCL. The Adviser is pleased to see any woman student to discuss any problem, be it academic, social or personal; and is available at any time for individual consultations."

Dr. Helen Richards, Faculty of Life Sciences

Email: h.richards@ucl.ac.uk
Tel: 40884/2

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Alcohol Support 4 Students

Meet for a confidential chat or ongoing treatment.

Call to book for Wednesdays 3-5pm

Penny 07557 771 029

Nikki 07500 859 405

Or just drop in on Wednesdays 2-3pm Student Psychological Services, 3 Taviton Street, London  WC1H 0BT

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Careers Advice

"The dedicated provider of careers advice, events, jobs and information services for the UCL community."

Email: careers@ucl.ac.uk
Tel: 020 7554 4566

Web: www.ucl.ac.uk/careers/

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Dean of Students

"My role is to coordinate all aspects of student welfare across UCL.  I hope that these web pages will point you towards all of the support services available to students as providing up to date information about welfare issues affecting all UCL students."

Email: dean.of.students@ucl.ac.uk
Website: www.ucl.ac.uk/dean-of-students
Tel: 020 7679 4545 / Internal Extension: 24545

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UCL Disability Services

Open for information advice and support to all UCL students.

Email:disability@ucl.ac.uk
Tel & Minicom: 30100 
Website: www.ucl.ac.uk/disability/

Dyslexia Support Centre

Provides both an assessment service and specialist study skills tuition.

Tel: 020 7679 4223, or Internal Extension 24223 
Appointments: Email dyslexia@ucl.ac.uk
Website: www.ucl.ac.uk/disability/services/dyslexia-centre/

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Disability IT Support Officer

"Employed by Information Systems (Desktop Support) and The Disability Centre to work with both staff and students at UCL who have identified that they are suffering from a disability and require support with IT."

Tel: 020 7679 2809, or Internal Extension 32809 
Email: ditso@ucl.ac.uk

Website: www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/students/accessibility

SEnIT - Student Enabling IT Suite

Equipped with up-to-date assistive software & technology and is designed for students with disabilities.

Open daily 9am-8pm, including weekends and vacations. Closed during public holidays and when UCL is closed.

Book one-to-one sessions with the Disability IT Support Officer on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. 

Tel: 020 7679 2809, or Internal Extension 32809 

Email: senit@ucl.ac.uk

Website: www.ucl.ac.uk/disability/services/senit

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General Practice (Doctors' Surgery):

Gower Place Practice, 2nd Floor, 3 Gower Place
Tel: 020 7387 6306

Web: www.gowerplacepractice.nhs.uk/

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Personal and Professional Development at UCL

Information regarding personal and professional development for students - 'We recognise its relevance to all aspects of the student experience: transition, academic work, extra-curricular activities, as well as to immediate and longer term career prospects for graduates.'

Website:  www.ucl.ac.uk/ppd

Skills4Work

Skills4Work is an initiative organised jointly by UCL Union and UCL Careers Service giving you the opportunity to meet employers and develop the skills needed to start your career when you leave UCL.

Website: www.skills4work.net/

Skills4StudyCampus

Skills4studycampus is a fully interactive e-learning resource designed to help students develop the study skills they need to succeed. The resource is suitable for students on all courses and in any year of study, although it can be especially useful for those new to higher level learning.

skills4studycampus is a fully interactive e-learning resource designed to help students develop the study skills they need to succeed. The resource is suitable for students on all courses and in any year of study, although it can be especially useful for those new to higher level learning.

Website login: www.skills4studycampus.com/orglogin.aspx

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Rights & Advice Centre (UCL Union)

The Rights & Advice Centre is a support service and a central point to obtain information on topics such as academic, consumer, employment, finance, housing, immigration.
Website: http://uclu.org/services/advice-welfare
Email: uclu-rights.advice@ucl.ac.uk
Tel: 020 7679 2998 or UCL Internal Extension: 32998

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UCL Student Anti-Harassment:

Web: http://uclu.org/migrated/get-advice/anti-harassment

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Student Support Advice Pages

Information pages on a range of topics such as Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Appearance, Coping with Exams, Homesickness, Phobias, Post Traumatic Stress, Self-Esteem, Suicidal Thinking, Work-Block, and many more. 

Web: www.ucl.ac.uk/support-pages/information/

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Student Support Pages

Information and advice on some problems commonly experienced by students - information pages, sources of support, crisis support, LBGT, FAQs and useful contacts.

Website: www.ucl.ac.uk/support-pages/

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EXTERNAL WEBSITES & TELEPHONE HELPLINES

The list below is provided for informational purposes.

ALCOHOL BEREAVEMENT BULLYING/HARASSMENT
DEPRESSION DISABILITY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
DRUGS EATING DISORDERS GAMBLING
GENERAL HEALTH HIV/AIDS
LGBT PHOBIA PREGNANCY
RELATIONSHIPS SELF-HARM SELF-HELP
SEXUAL HEALTH SEXUAL ABUSE/RAPE TRAUMATIC STRESS
VICTIM SUPPORT    

-Telephone helplines with website addresses and email addresses where available.
(Note on telephone charges: 0845 numbers are generally charged at BT local rates, 0870 numbers are usually charged at BT national rates & 07### numbers can be high. 0800 & 0808 numbers are free). Please note, mobile charges may vary.

ALCOHOL

AA

"Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism."

Tel: 0845 769 7555 (24 hrs)

Email: help@alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk
Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Read Big Book online: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/bigbook/

Alcohol Support 4 Students

for UCL students - Meet for a confidential chat or ongoing treatment.

See Internal Resources section above

Al-Anon (families and friends of alcoholics)

"Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not."

Tel: 020 7403 0888 (Confidential helpline) (10am-10pm, 365 days a year)
Website: www.al-anonuk.org.uk

Drinkline – a National Alcohol Helpline

Helpline: 0800 917 8282

Alcohol Concern - Making Sense of Alcohol

Twitter, Delicious, Facebook, RSS feed.

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BEREAVEMENT

CRUSE Bereavement Care

-Day by Day helpline 0870 167 1677

Daytime Helpline: 0844 477 9400

Email: helpline@cruse.org.uk

Website: www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk/

www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk/AboutGrief.html

-Young Person’s Helpline

up to age 18 (mon-fri 9.30-5.00)
Website: www.rd4u.org.uk
www.rd4u.org.uk/interact/poems.html

Tel: 0808 808 1677

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BULLYING/HARASSMENT

Bully OnLine

Website: www.bullyonline.org

BullyingUK (incl cyberbullying) 

Part of Family Lives

Tel/Skype: 0808 800 2222

Opening hours 7am-midnight.

Website: www.bullying.co.uk
Email: via website

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BullyingUK

Other Accounts on Twitter, RSS, YouTube

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[#de]DEPRESSION

Depression Alliance

Tel: 0845 1232 320

Email: information@depressionalliance.org
Website: www.depressionalliance.org

Sort Out Stress

A site offering ideas and advice for dealing with stress.
Web: www.sort-out-stress.co.uk

Ask us a question: A confidential way for you to ask any question about stress, depression, anxiety or any other personal problems that you may have

Students Against Depression

With 'Information, Resources and Real Student Stories.'
Web: www.studentdepression.org

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DISABILITY

Disability Rights UK (formerly know as Disability Alliance) – Helplines

Web: www.disabilityrightsuk.org

Information below from website

1. Disabled Students Helpline

Tel. 0800 328 5050 (Tues 11.30am-1.30pm, Thurs 1.30-3.30pm)

Provides advice to: Disabled students who are studying in England. 

Post-16 education & training enquiries from disabled students or professionals working with disabled students

Email: skill4disabledstudents@disabilityrightsuk.org

2. Independent Living Advice Line

Tel. 0845 026 4748 (Mon & Thurs 9am–1pm)

email: independentliving@disabilityrightsuk.org

Provides advice on: Getting direct payments, including information on:

  • individual budgets/personalisation
  • funding from social services in relation to the care needs of the disabled  (that also involves issues around appealing against the decision of social services)
  • general advice on employing personal assistants

This line does NOT give help with or information about claiming benefits.

3. Member Organisations Welfare Rights Advice Service

Tel. 020 7566 0113 (Mon-Fri; 10am–12pm & 2-4pm)

Email: ken.butler@disabilityrightsuk.org at any time

Provides advice to: Disability Rights UK member organisations ONLY on social security benefit or tax credit issues.

4. Benefits of Working Service (BoW): 

Number available to those using BoW services (Mon-Fri; 9am–5pm)

Provides advice to: People using Remploy's services ONLY who are thinking about starting or returning to work

5. Tribunal Support Unit

Tel. 020 7566 0117 (Mon/Wed/Fri 10am-12pm & 2-4pm)

Email: tribunalsupportunit@disabilityrightsuk.org

Provides advice to: Advice agencies ONLY (predominately London-based agencies)

Email: skill4disabledstudents@disabilityrightsuk.org

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

National Domestic Violence Helpline

(run in partnership between Women’s Aid & Refuge)
Telephone: 0808 2000 247 (24 hrs) (Freephone)
Email: helpline@womensaid.org.uk
Web address: www.womensaid.org.uk

Facebook and Twitter

Pace: Domestic Abuse Partnership

The London LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP) is a way for LGBT victims/survivors of domestic abuse to get the maximum amount of help with a minimum amount of hassle.

Tel: 020 7715 0370 (Ruth Overton)

Email: ruth@e-qualitymark.net

Web: www.pacehealth.org.uk/Domestic-Abuse-Partnership(2340425)

Men's Advice Line - Run and managed by Respect

Tel: 0808 801 0327 (freephone) (Mon-Fri 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm)

Email: info@mensadviceline.org.uk

Website: www.mensadviceline.org.uk

Respect Phoneline - helpline for domestic violence perpetrators

Confidential information and advice to help perpetrators stop their violence and change their abusive behaviours; information for domestic violence perpetrator programmes. 

Open: Mon-Fri 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm

Call 0808 802 4040 (free from landlines and most mobiles)

Email info@respectphoneline.org.uk

Website: www.respectphoneline.org.uk

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DRUGS

DrugWatch.com - information site

"DrugWatch.com is a comprehensive online medical database featuring information about thousands of medications currently on the market or previously available worldwide."

Website: www.drugwatch.com/

RELEASE - Drugs related helpline

Heroin Helpline & Legal Helpline: 0845 4500 215
Email: ask@release.org.uk
Website: www.release.org.uk

Accounts with: Facebook, MySpace, Twitter

Talk to Frank

Drugs helpline 0800 776600
SMS: 82111

Email: frank@talktofrank.com

Website: www.talktofrank.com

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EATING DISORDERS

Eating Disorders Association Helplines (including Men's Issues)

Text-phone Service for people with impaired hearing. 
Tel: 01603 753322 (8.30am-8.30pm M-F)

-Adult Helpline (over 18)

0845 634 1414 (10.30am-8:30pm M-F/1-4.30pm Sa)
Email: help@b-eat.co.uk
Website: www.b-eat.co.uk

-Youthline

Tel: 0845 634 7650 (4.30-8.30pm M-F/1-4.30pm Sa)
Youthline Text service 07786 20 18 20
Email: fyp@b-eat.co.uk
Website: www.b-eat.co.uk/get-help/online-community/young-people/
for links to forum, live chat, MySpace TV.
WAP pages: www.b-eat.mobi

Overeaters Anonymous

Tel: 07000 784985
Website: www.oa.org

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GAMBLING

Gambling Therapy

A free online service for those adversely affected by gambling.

-Live Advice Helpline: where you can chat to an online advisor, 

-Email: where you can discuss your via email (select language), 

-Online Group Sessions: where discuss your concerns in various group sessions, 

-Forums: where you can discuss your concerns with others in a similar situation (select language).

'Our Services include online advice and practical and emotional support for individuals through our helpline facility. Online support groups, a forum, and a database of useful resources are also available.  All of these services are available to anyone with a gambling problem or those affected by gambling through someone close to them.'

Website: www.gamblingtherapy.org/en-GB/Default.aspx

GamCare

GamCare provides support, information and advice to anyone suffering through a gambling problem.

Netline: Talk live online to a trained advisor 

Helpline: Ring 0808 8020 133 to speak to a trained Advisor (8am–midnight, 7 days a week)

Forum & Chatroom: a moderated chatroom where you can discuss, ask questions and offer advice.

Website: www.gamcare.org.uk/

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GENERAL

London Nightline:

Available during term time, 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 a.m. every night of term.

Confidential listening and support and practical information for students. "Through the night, throughout term, we'll talk through whatever's on your mind"
Tel: 020 7631 0101
Skype: Free internet-based calls on Skype via www.nightline.org.uk
Email: listening@nightline.org.uk
This is a new service following the same principles of confidentiality as the telephone helpline. They will strive to answer emails within 48 hours. However, if you wish to make immediate contact do use the telephone helpline above.
Website: www.nightline.org.uk

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MIND

MindinfoLine 0300 123 3393
Deaf or speech impaired enquirers use same number (BT Textdirect, add the prefix 18001)
Email: info@mind.org.uk
Website: www.mind.org.uk

Accounts with: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr

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Muslim Youth Helpline

Internet WebChat Hours: Mon-Fri 6pm-12am; Sat-Sun 12pm-12am

Email: help@myh.org.uk

Website: www.myh.org.uk (Internet WebChat hours Mon-Fri 6pm-12am, Sat-Sun 12pm-12am)
Tel: 0808 808 2008 (Mon-Fri, 6pm-12am; Sat-Sun 12pm-12am)

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Students for Happiness

Students for happiness is a non-profit debating forum, which aims to put 'happiness' at the heart of intellectual discourse amongst students and young people. We are educated on an infinite array of subjects but we are rarely taught anything about happiness and well-being. In response to this educational deficit, Students for happiness looks to provide you with invigorating and thought-provoking intellectual discussion surrounding this crucial topic.

Students for happiness explores the notions that surround the subjective terms of 'happiness' and 'well-being' from a myriad of perspectives, through a series of monthly discussions, and a wide range of interesting and innovative events across London. Students for happiness is proud to present you with influential and acclaimed experts in the fields of economics, psychology, the arts, politics, education and beyond .

Students for happiness has a vision to create a movement for positive social change. With no religious, political or commercial affiliations we are open to all and our audience will provide an eclectic mix of students and young people, the policy and opinion makers of tomorrow.

Students for happiness understands that happiness is important to each and everyone one of us. Yet it too often seems that we are living in an increasingly unhappy world. The structure and stresses of modern life has, and continues to create huge inequality, family breakdown, low levels of trust, and a huge increase in mental illness in young people. It is time we readdress out attitude towards happiness and put this crucial subject on the agenda.

Students for happiness understands that happiness is important to each and everyone one of us. Yet it too often seems that we are living in an increasingly unhappy world. The structure and stresses of modern life has, and continues to create huge inequality, family breakdown, low levels of trust, and a huge increase in mental illness in young people. It is time we readdress out attitude towards happiness and put this crucial subject on the agenda.

Email: info@studentsforhappiness.co.uk

Website: www.studentsforhappiness.co.uk

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Care Leavers' Association

The CLA is a user led charity run by care leavers for careleavers. 

Email: info@careleavers.com

Web: www.careleavers.com

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The Samaritans:

Available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
"Samaritans provides confidential non-judgemental support, 24 hours a day for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide."
Telephone helpline: 08457 90 90 90
Email: jo@samaritans.org
Website: www.samaritans.org.uk

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Saneline

Tel: 0845 767 8000

Email: via website or info@sane.org.uk for information

Website: www.sane.org.uk

Follow on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube

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Young People’s Consultation Service

(ages 16-30)
"We see young people between the ages of 16 and 30, who have a personal or emotional problem. This might include problems in relationships with family, friends or partners, or there may be difficulties at school, college or work."

Free confidential Counselling (Tavistock Centre, 120 Belize Lane, London NW3 5BA)
Telephone the administrator: 020 8938 2337 (10am-5pm, Mon Thursday)

Website: www.tavistockandportusn.nhs.uk/youngpeoplesconsultationservice

Young Black People's Consultation Service

"We also offer a specialist service for young people aged 14-30 years from black and minority ethnic backgrounds who would like to be treated by a therapist who is from a similar background. Parents and carers of young black and minority aged 14-25 years can also receive treatment."

Telephone the administrator: 020 8938 2337 (10am-5pm, Mon Thursday)

Website: www.tavistockandportusn.nhs.uk/youngpeoplesconsultationservice

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HEALTH

NHS Direct

(health advice and reassurance, 24 hours information & advice - interpreters available)

Tel: 0845 4647 (8 digits)
Website: www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk
Free mobile app for Android & iPhone via the Android marketplace and iTunes respectively. Other web enabled mobile phones 'mobile.nhsdirect.nhs.uk'.

HIV/AIDS

Terrence Higgins Trust

"Our vision is a world where people with HIV live healthy lives free from prejudice and discrimination, and good sexual health is a right and reality for all."

Tel: 0808 802 1221 (Mon-Fri, 10am-8pm) (Our number is free to call from all UK landlines and most UK mobiles and will not appear on your telephone bill)

Emails can be sent to info@tht.org.uk
Website: www.tht.org.uk

Twitter: @thtorguk

Facebook

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LGBT

London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard

"Providing free & confidential support & information to lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered communities throughout the UK"

Website: www.llgs.org.uk
Helpline: 0300 330 0630 (Daily 10am-11pm)

Instant Messaging: www.llgs.org.uk/instant-messaging for current or next session.

Email: chris@llgs.org.uk - email at anytime. Initial acknowledgement followed by real person response within 5 days.

London Friend

(Serving LGBT community- counselling/support/social)
www.londonfriend.org.uk
Helpline: 020 7837 3337 (Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 7.30-9.30pm). 

Follow on Facebook, Twitter

GMFA

The gay men's health charity.
Comprehensive site encompassing news, courses, advice & information, support. Portal to various GMFA sites on Sex & sexual health, Sports clubs & social groups, London HIV & STI services, Positive gay guide, Stop smoking help, Free groupwork across the UK.
Website: www.gmfa.org.uk/

Follow on Facebook, Twitter

PACE

Promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health & well being.
Tel: 020 7700 1323
Website: www.pacehealth.org.uk
E-mail: info@pacehealth.org.uk
Monday 9.30-12.30 & Thursday 3.30-6.30

Twitter: www.twitter.com/pacehealth

The Helpline offers family and relationship support over the phone and email to anyone in the UK who is dealing with issues related to being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. Additionally a variety of professional or individual enquiries can be supported. 

Call or email for support with any problems you may be experiencing. All calls and correspondence will be treated as strictly confidential, and will be dealt with by an experienced lgbt counsellor.

PACE YOUTH

for lgbt young people under 19 in and around London - counselling, weekly groups, events, blog, anti-bullying work, one2one support, housing news & updates, shop and more.

Website: www.paceyouth.net

Facebook - connect with weekly group on Facebook.

Online email: via www.paceyouth.net/contact-us(2646386)

Email: info@paceyouth.net

Tel: 020 7700 1323 - ask to speak to a member of the youth team.

Social networks: Facebook, Bebo, Twitter, Digg, Stumbleupon, del.icio.us, Reddit.

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Phobia

Anxiety UK (formerly the National Phobics Society)

"Our primary aim is to promote the relief and rehabilitation of persons suffering with anxiety disorders through information and provision of self-help services. We also strive to advance awareness of the general public in the causes and conditions of anxiety disorders and associated phobias."

Website: www.anxietyuk.org.uk
Tel: 08444 775 774 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5.30pm)
Free online Email support: www.anxietyuk.org.uk/get-help/email-support/

Live Chat: www.anxietyuk.org.uk/membership-services/live-chat/

Follow on Facebook, Twitter & Anxiety UK App available.

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PREGNANCY

Care Confidential - Pregnancy & post-abortion helpline

"Free confidential counselling, support, help and advice if you are facing an unplanned pregnancy or have post-abortion concerns. Abortion information and abortion facts are available."

Website: www.careconfidential.com
Helpline: 0300 4000 999
Local Centres: www.careconfidential.com/Centres.aspx
Online Advisor: www.careconfidential.com/Onlineadvisor.aspx

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RELATIONSHIP

TCCR - Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships

Telephone: 020 7380 1960

Website: www.tccr.org.uk

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SELF-HARM

Self-injury Support

Bristol Crisis Service for Women

"Bristol Crisis Service for Women is a national organisation that supports girls and women in emotional distress. We particularly help women who harm themselves (often called self-injury)."

Website: www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk/

TESS: text & email support service

For girls and young women up to 25 who self-injure. (Mon-Fri, 7-10pm)

Text: 0780 047 2908 (charged at your normal rate)

Email: via webpage (www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk/tessform/)

National Self Harm Network

'The lead UK charity offering support, advice and advocacy services to people affected by self harm directly or in a care role.'

Support Helpline: 0800 622 6000 (7-11pm Thu-Sat, 6.10-10.30pm Sun)
Website: www.nshn.co.uk
Email: info@nshn.co.uk

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SELF-HELP

Improving Self-Esteem

'Overcoming Low Self-Esteem: This information package is designed to provide you with some information about low self-esteem - how it develops, how it is maintained, and how to address this problem.  This infopax is organised into modules... 

Each module includes information, worksheets, and suggested exercises or activities.'

Website: http://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/resources/infopax.cfm?Info_ID=47

Waysforward - Demo service

"WaysForward is a focused, fast and highly interactive program designed to help with all kinds of personal and emotional difficulties - anxiety, depression, and phobias, but also relationship problems, drink/drugs issues, bereavement, work or study difficulties, and so on."

Website: www.waysforward.com


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SEXUAL HEALTH

Sexual Healthline

"A free and confidential telephone service with advice about HIV, AIDS, sexual health, sexually transmitted infections, local services, clinics and support services."

Tel: 0800 567 123 (24 hrs)

My Youthhealthtalk: Sexual Health

Website: www.youthhealthtalk.org/Sexual_Health_of_Young_People
"Sexual health covers a wide range of subjects and issues. We interviewed 50 young people about their experiences of sexual health. Select from the key topics below, choose from the full list of topics on the right hand side of this page, or explore all the interviews by clicking on people's stories below."

You can sign in with Facebook, Google or Yahoo! accounts

Sex and Young People (NHS Choices)

Website: www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Sexandyoungpeople/Pages/Sex-and-young-people-hub.aspx

Follow on Facebook & Twitter

Brook

Free & confidential info for under 25s

Helpline: 0808 802 1234

Website:www.brook.org.uk/contraception/what-if-something-goes-wrong

Terrence Higgins Trust

Information, support and advice on HIV and sexual health

Tel: 0845 122 1200

Website: www.tht.org.uk

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SEXUAL ABUSE/RAPE

*Rape Crisis South London: Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC)

National Freephone Helpline: 0808 802 9999 (Daily 12-2.30 & 7-9.30pm)

Counselling/Advocacy/Office: 020 8683 3311
Website: www.rasasc.org.uk
Email: info@rasasc.org.uk

*Male Rape and Sexual Abuse: SurvivorsUK

Helpline: 0845 122 1201 (M/Tu 7-9.30pm, Th 12-2.30pm)
Website: www.survivorsuk.org
Email: info@survivorsuk.org

Male Rape Support Association (MRSA)

Email: malerapemrsa@yahoo.co.uk
Tel: 07932 898274 / 07952 805 785 

*Rape & Abuse Line (RAL)

Helpline Answered by FEMALE support workers: 0808 8000 0123
Helpline Answered by MALE support workers: 0808 8000 0122 

Email (Confidential): support@rapeandabuseline.co.uk

Website: www.rapeandabuseline.co.uk/

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TRAUMATIC STRESS

Traumatic Stress Clinic

'A national centre for post traumatic stress disorder which helps adults who are experiencing post traumatic stress disorder reactions as a result of either being involved in, or being witness to, a major traumatic event. A multi-professional service including clinical psychologists, and psychotherapists is offered.'

Info: www.patient.co.uk/support/Traumatic-Stress-Clinic
Telephone:.020 7530 3666

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VICTIM SUPPORT

Victim Support (for victims of crime)

Telephone: 0845 30 30 900
Website: www.victimsupport.com
Email: supportline@victimsupport.org.uk

Also on Facebook, Twitter & You Tube

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DOWNLOADS/LINKS

A Brief Guide to Exam Anxiety

www.ucl.ac.uk/student-psychological-services/other-resources/ExamAnxiety
(reproduced here with kind permission)

Information for students being bullied at university.

"Bullying in the 21st Century", an article by Katie Greengrass available on the Anti-Bullying Network at the following address
www.antibullying.net/unistudents.htm

UCL Student Support Advice Pages on common student problems

These pages are available via the Student Support Group pages at www.ucl.ac.uk/support-pages/information/ (see also above).

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