Support and wellbeing
Support for students affected by war, conflict and natural disaster
Some students may be impacted by events in their home countries, such as war, conflict and natural disaster. These events can be highly distressing for students.
UCL has a dedicated service, a collaboration between Student Support and Wellbeing (SSW), the Department of Psychology and Language Sciences (PALS), and the University Clinic aimed at supporting affected students emotionally and practically by offering sessions of Psychological First Aid (PFA).
You can access the team's support by arranging to speak to a SSW Student Adviser.
I want to...
- speak to someone about my mental health
- get disability support
- access counselling
- report sexual misconduct, bullying or harassment
- see what help there is for different issues
- speak to someone about safety or crime
- read advice on how to look after myself
- ask a question
- get academic support but do not have a disability
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If you have a disability, mental health or wellbeing issue affecting your ability to study, we can help.