We pride ourselves on the services and facilities we can offer if you need our support while you're studying with us. From our experienced and helpful counselling team to support services for disabled students, we’re here when you need us.
Whatever you need, we’ve probably got it or could help you find it: accessible facilities, an assessment centre, support services and equipment, self-help groups, online and in-person counselling, space for prayer and contemplation, transcription services, support workers and funding advice.
University mental health advisers
If you're experiencing a mental health difficulty then our Mental Health team can provide a range of free and confidential support appropriate to your personal and academic needs.
Other mental health and counselling services in Leeds
When we are struggling with how we feel or have experienced a significant life event, it can be helpful to talk with someone about that which is troubling us.
Register for an appointment on campus
You'll need to fill in an application form to make an appointment with Student Counselling and Wellbeing. We recognise that it can be difficult to write about what is troubling you, and appreciate you providing as much detail as you are able.
Look after yourself
It's common to feel stressed or anxious at times, particularly if you juggle a part time job with university work, or worry about assignments or about how to make the next step after graduation.
Confidentiality, disclosure and data protection
The University takes issues relating to confidentiality, disclosure and data protection seriously. We respect your confidentiality and assure you that any information we share will be handled in a sensitive and discreet manner.
Helpful support contacts
Want to know who can best support you? You can find contact details of all our professional helping teams across the University and Leeds University Union in this section.