By providing emotional support, teaching practical skills, and facilitating behavioural change, counselling helps students and staff navigate life’s challenges more effectively and achieve a healthier, more fulfilling life.

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Counselling that supports people to live well. Empower your students and staff with single-session triage, eight-session short-term counselling and open-ended therapy.

Improving lives with full spectrum counselling.

Counselling can assist students in managing academic stress, social pressures, and personal issues, contributing to better academic performance and overall wellbeing. Enable staff to benefit from managing workplace stress, career transitions and personal challenges, with full spectrum counselling that leads to improved job satisfaction and productivity.

Diverse practitioner network

Our clinicians provide support in over 36 languages and represent varied backgrounds, ethnicities and identifying factors. The accessibility and inclusivity of the support offered enables students and staff to speak with someone they’re most comfortable with.

Globally recognised assessments

We use globally recognised assessments like CORE-10 and PHQ-9 to determine a student or staff member’s underlying struggles and recommend the best care pathway for helping them. This can cut across various areas and lead to multiple outcomes.

Flexible delivery model

Both face-to-face and virtual counselling options add another layer of accessibility, allowing students and staff to choose the method that best suits their comfort level and schedule. For more complex challenges, the pathway to long-term interventions and specialised resources ensures everyone is guided into the necessary service.

Whole university approach

Designed to create a cohesive and supportive university environment. Programmes are integrated into your university’s existing health and wellbeing infrastructure with campaigns to promote mental health awareness and reduce stigma. These initiatives encourage the entire community to engage in conversations about mental health and wellbeing and be proactive in supporting one another.