You're not alone

Your Mental Health Matters.

Find out more about the support available to NCL students.

Watch our 'You're Not Alone' video, narrated by your Student President, Kellyann.

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Mental Health Support at NCL

January can be a tough time, but if you’re struggling with your mental health, you’re not alone.

Whether you just need a friendly chat, want more extensive support or would prefer to talk to someone anonymously online, NCL has your back.

Scroll below to find out more about the support available.

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Available Support

Student Advisers

Our Student Advisers are here to listen and offer guidance about any issues with your course or personal life. They can also signpost you to other organisations who can support you.

Your Student Adviser can talk to you about everything from anxiety to domestic abuse, money worries or personal statements for university.

To book an appointment email studentadviser@nclan.ac.uk

Counselling Service

Our free counselling service can help with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety or OCD.

Highly trained and qualified psychotherapists can help you work through your issues.

Find out more about the service by asking a student adviser.

Togetherall

Prefer to chat online? Togetherall offers anonymous mental health support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s a safe space online to get things off your chest, explore your feelings, and learn how to self-manage your mental health and wellbeing.

Sign up at www.togetherall.com using your college email address.

We’ve also organised a series of online workshops with mental health charities on Tuesday afternoons throughout February and March, so why not come along and see what support they can offer? Joining details will be posted here soon.

  • 8 February – SAMH
  • 1 March – Bipolar Scotland
  • 8 March – The Simon Community
  • 15 March – Tony’s Safe Place
  • 22 March – Take Ctrl
  • 29 March – Andy’s Man Club
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Educational Learning Support

Educational Learning Support

Did you know that the Educational Learning Support (ELS) team can help you if your mental health issue, such as depression or anxiety, is affecting your ability to study?

If this applies to you, why not get in touch with the ELS team to learn about the extra support they can offer you with your studies.

Email els@nclan.ac.uk with your campus and student number and one of the team will get back to you.

You can also get in touch using the ELS Live Chat on Your Question Space on MyNCL, or visit a Student Help Point on campus.

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