Counselling and wellbeing
Togetherall and other self help resources
This range of resources is designed to give you some ideas on how you can take action to help stop problems from escalating and investigate potential solutions.
Counselling, wellbeing and mental health support
Student Counselling and Wellbeing is here to support you in times of emotional, psychological, or mental health difficulties.
The Wellbeing Drop-In service provides same day appointments for students seeking same-day support, advice or signposting to other useful services.
Remote online support
Student Counselling and Wellbeing appointments are available in-person and online. Find out more about our remote support services.
Register for an appointment
Students can register online for an initial appointment with Student Counselling and Wellbeing. Find out more about the registration process.
University mental health advisors
If you are experiencing a mental health difficulty, the Mental Health team can provide a range of free, confidential support appropriate to your personal and academic needs.
Groups and workshops
We offer a number of different groups and workshops throughout the year. Find the group or workshop for you.
Mitigating circumstances are normally exceptional, short term, unforeseen and unpreventable events that may have a significantly disruptive effect on your ability to take assessments.
Information for parents, guardians and family members
Student Counselling and Wellbeing recognises the importance of families and guardians in supporting students through testing and challenging times.
Other mental health and counselling services in Leeds
There are a number of therapeutic services in Leeds that offer general and specialist support with a range of common problems.
Counselling placement opportunities
As part of the University’s commitment to learning and development, we offer placement opportunities for counsellors at various stages of training and early career development.
Student Counselling and Wellbeing Service Agreement and Privacy Notice
All students who wish to receive Wellbeing, Counselling and Mental Health Services are asked to confirm they have read and consent to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement outlined below.