Student Support and Wellbeing are here if you have any issues with your health or wellbeing, you can drop in for a chat or make an appointment.
Our team of wellbeing and mental health advisers provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space, in which you can discuss any wellbeing and/or mental health concerns that may be affecting your ability to study.
This encompasses: any personal or emotional challenges you may be experiencing; mental health difficulties such as anxiety or depression; and psychiatric conditions.
Guided by you, our advisers can:
- recommend and liaise with your department regarding reasonable adjustments for teaching and learning
- provide advice and guidance for both you and your department, about the potential impact of your mental health difficulty on your studies and how this can be accommodated
- help you apply for special exam arrangements – such as smaller venues for examinations, additional time, or rest breaks
- liaise with student accommodation about specific requirements or difficulties arising from your condition
- assist you with applying for additional funding, such as Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA)
- signpost you to other support services, including local psychological and psychiatric services
- discuss mental health mentoring to help you mitigate the impact of your mental health condition on your studies
- provide support and appropriate external referrals if you have been affected by domestic and/or sexual violence
- provide information and advice if you are considering an interruption of study for health and/or wellbeing reasons
- support your return to study following an interruption due to health and/or wellbeing reasons
The above is not an exhaustive list and you are welcome to contact us to find out whether we are the best service to support you.
Our team of advisers are here to provide support to enable study.
Our drop-in sessions allow you to speak to a wellbeing or mental health adviser on the day for help and support.
The drop-in sessions are 20 minutes long and focus on helping you find solutions to the issues that are affecting you. You don’t need to make an appointment, just attend between these times:
|Monday||2pm to 4pm|
|Tuesday||10:30am to 12:30pm|
|Wednesday||2pm to 4pm|
|Thursday||10:30am to 12:30pm|
|Friday||10:30am to 12:30pm|
Please come to the student helpdesk on level 4 (ground floor) of the UCL Institute of Education building, 20 Bedford Way WC1H 0AL, for drop-in sessions.
Drop-in sessions are suitable for brief enquiries only. If you need support with a more complex issue or enquiry, please contact us to make an appointment.
We offer telephone and face to face appointments, depending on which you would prefer. Please tell us as much as possible about the issues you’re experiencing when requesting an appointment so we can make sure the right support is there for you.
To arrange an appointment, email Student Support and Wellbeing or call us on +44 (0) 20 7679 0100.
Students are at the heart of everything we do and your needs are our primary concern.
If you have used the Student Support and Wellbeing services or online counselling, we would love to hear your feedback.