Your student counsellor is available for you to speak to at College
There may be times during your college career when you have personal or emotional difficulties, a specific concern, or a general feeling that things are not okay. Counselling offers the opportunity to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern you in a safe, private setting, with someone who has no other role in your life.
Many students find that talking things over with a counsellor can be helpful, supportive, offer a new perspective on their problems, or can help them make changes or choices that are right for them.
Talk about anything
You can talk to the student counsellor about anything at all that’s bothering you. Some examples might be: adapting to college life, stress, bereavement, family problems, relationship or friendship difficulties, feeling low, anxious or angry.
Counselling is confidential. This means the student counsellor will not tell anyone what you discuss unless you want them to or unless there are extreme circumstances.
If you have a crisis and need to see someone urgently and the counsellor is not available, the Student Welfare Officer will try to arrange immediate support.
How to make an appointment
For an appointment email email@example.com or via the Student Services Office on the ground floor of the Tower Building by the reception.