Counselling and Mental Health

The Counselling and Mental Health Service is free for all students

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Counselling is an opportunity to explore issues that concern you without judgement. Sometimes life at university can be full of challenges, particularly in light of recent uncertainties such as the COVID pandemic. 

The Counselling and Mental Health Service is free and confidential for all Abertay students.

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Using the pages below, you can find out more information on: how to arrange an appointment, where to access urgent help, what to do if you're worried about someone else, self help guides, and additional forms of support.

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How do I get an appointment?

Booking information and how to contact the Mental Health Team.

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Urgent help

Where to access urgent help when the Counselling Service is out-of-hours.

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What to do if you're worried about your friend or flatmate

Advice on what to do if concerned about someone else.

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Self help guides

Information available on self help guides, covering a variety of topics.

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Watch the video below to learn about our services

We have a team of experienced, qualified counsellors, who will listen and talk through anything that's troubling you. Counselling is available to all Abertay students, from your first week on campus, until the day you graduate. Talking it over can help you see things more clearly and often make the world of difference.

 

 

If you are having problems, please email counselling@abertay.ac.uk or visit the Student Enquiry Zone (SEZ) on Level 1 of the Library.

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