Supporting your mental health
The University has a range of services and activities to help support your mental health. We aim to provide different ways to access mental health support to allow staff to choose the service that they feel is right for them.
Counselling workshops and 121 counselling
Our in-house Counselling Service provide weekly workshops for staff and students as well as confidential 121 counselling from qualified mental health professionals.
Togetherall online community
An anonymous and totally confidential free online mental health and wellbeing resource.
You can access peer support through their online community, resources for self-management and advice and guided support programmes on a range of common issues.
Togetherall is monitored 24/7 by clinical professionals and as a result nearly 90% use the service outside of 9-5pm.
24 hour mental health support helpline
A free to call helpline provided by an independent external provider, Health Assured. It offers access to support from trained counsellors and advisors who are ready to listen and provide help on everything from emotional and physical health, mental health, relationships, managing stress and anxiety, money issues and more.
In addition to the helpline, you can also access Health Assured’s ‘My Healthy Advantage’ App and an online Wellbeing Portal.