A daily drop-in service gives you the opportunity to be seen by an on-duty advisor who will be able to provide you with information.

The Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Service consists of the three following service providers, Student Counselling Centre (SCC), Mental Health Team (MHT) and Leeds Student Medical Practice (LSMP) Mental Health Workers.

The aim of the Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Service is to create a unified entry point to all three of the services and thus prevent students feeling as though they are passed between services and having to repeatedly explain their situation. Staff at the drop-in sessions will provide information about sources of support within and outside the University and where appropriate make a referral to one of the Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Service providers. 

The service is for people seeking information but it is not an emergency service. Please note that we cannot provide a letter about mitigating circumstances just from a drop-in session.

Mental Health Team (MHT)

The Mental Health Team offer 1:1 support to those students with a medically diagnosed moderate to severe and enduring mental health conditions. They help educate students with mental health conditions, create support plans and identify management techniques to help students continue with their studies and use psychological therapy based techniques. They also provide crisis response and support across the University.

Drop-in service: 11am to 12pm, Monday to Friday

Location: Chemistry West Block  (directions below)

Please ring 0113 343 3927 on the day to book a 15 minute appointment, or arrive at the start of the session. 

How to find the Disabled Students’ Assessment and Support

From Leeds University Union (LUU): from outside the Union on the concourse, turn to the right and head in the direction of the Marjorie and Arnold Ziff building.  After about 15/20 meters  you will see 18 Beechgrove Terrace on your right, turn immediately left and walk towards the archway entrance into Clothworkers Court.  Head across the courtyard towards the archway on your right, by the side of the Great Hall.  Go through the archway and past the Institute of Communications Studies on your left.  Walk past this building and you will see the entrance to Disabled Students’ Assessment and Support ahead.  Disabled Students’ Assessment and Support building 55A on campus map.

If you need help or advice before a drop-in appointment look at the other University and external resources available.

For emergencies go to our contacts and help information