About Student Wellbeing

What Student Wellbeing offers

We help students manage personal issues that might impact on their studies and life. We also offer a range of options to support them during their time here. Our services are confidential and are delivered at both campuses. We have qualified practitioners from different backgrounds for specific requirements. For more information on our staff, visit our Meet the Team page.

If you need to speak to someone in an emergency, please contact your GP, the NHS on 111 or the Samaritans on 116 123 or jo@samaritans.org. See our Need Help Urgently? page for more information as we are not an emergency or crisis service.

Support Off-campus

Information for Trans Students

Self-help
Try to remember that you are not alone! Our approach is based on helping you to manage things yourself. There are many effective tools you can use and try out without having to book and wait for an appointment including self-help resources, and a selection of leaflets, booklets and books that you can borrow from Student Wellbeing reception.

Wellbeing sessions
Our interactive group sessions run weekly during term-time and give you the chance to learn skills and techniques to enhance your wellbeing and get the most out of university life.  We explore some key ideas and skills, and how to put them into practice. More details and to book a place.

 IAPT wellbeing courses
There are 2 free courses delivered by IAPT at SHU this semester:

Register with us
If you’re not sure about self-help or wellbeing sessions, or feel you might benefit from talking to a practitioner, you can register with us online via shuspace.

 

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