Student Psychological Services
Thank you for your interest in registering with the Student Psychological service. Before doing so,
you might find it helpful to read our frequently asked questions:
Once we receive your registration form, you will be offered a consultation appointment with one of our therapists in order
to discuss your difficulties and to identify the most appropriate treatment for you. At the end of your consultation appointment,
you may be offered short-term individual counselling with one of our therapists, a place on one of our personal development groups,
an appointment with one of our psychiatrists or a referral to a specialist service outside UCL.
The following form takes a few minutes to complete and provides us with information to better understand
your concerns. This information is confidential and will not be released without your permission. Please answer the
Fields marked by an * must be completed.
Please note that we cannot accept your registration form if you do not have a valid student number and password
*Date of Birth :
Enter your preferred email to be used for all appointment correspondence.
Please enter again to verify
If you have a UCL email, please enter here
[Please note that all appointments will be notified by email]
If Yes, then please specify below:
STUDIES AT UCL
Year Course Started at UCL :
*Have you had prior counselling/psychotherapy/psychiatric treatment?
If possible, please give details of treatment
(and diagnosis, if you were given one)
Prior and current significant illness, surgery or allergies:
If other than UCL GP, please enter practice details
(Include herbal remedies/nutritional supplements in your list)
In the past
If YES, please give details
*PLEASE LIST YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS:
REASONS FOR SEEKING AN APPOINTMENT
*(Please check the concern that best describes your current problem):
If YES, please describe:
Reason for Appointment (Please describe your difficulties and specify approximately how long these problems have been affecting you):
How have you managed your problems in the past?
*What are you hoping to gain from seeing one of our therapists?