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General Advice and Support
If you are struggling with a mental health problem or would just like to find out more.
This page was last updated on 7 May 2021 at 10:13
Team of councellors and mental health advisors who offer specialist support to students. You can register online at any time.
Talking therapies in Berkshire offers free help and support to people in Berkshire suffering with depression or anxiety based problems. They offer therapies in a number of different ways including; face to face, online, telephone, groups. You can refer yourself, or ask your GP or healthcare professional to refer you.
Student Minds provide support and information resources about student mental health. Student Minds understand the difficulties some LGBTQ+ students face at University.
Student Space is here to make it easier for you to find the support that you need during the coronavirus pandemic.
However you’re feeling, help and guidance is available. Explore a range of trusted information, services and tools to help you with the challenges of student life.
There are three ways that Student Space is here to help during the pandemic:
- Access to dedicated support services for students, by phone or text
- Information and tools to help you through the challenges of coronavirus
- Helping you find what support is available at your university
TogetherAll (formerly Big White Wall) is an online support community which you can access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you’re feeling down, struggling to cope, or just want to talk to people who understand what you’re going through.
Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. Every Mind Matters have expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.
If you are worried about yourself or someone else, you can contact the University Welfare Team. They can advise you on a wide range of personal and welfare issues that may impact your studies and day-to-day life.
A society with the aim to raise awareness of mental health, signpost students to support, provide a safe space to talk and meet others who may also be struggling with their mental health.
Sport in Mind welcomes any student with mental health difficulties or wanting some stress relief, to attend their sports sessions.