How to get the support you need 24/7
Need somebody to talk to? Between our professional services, external partnerships and the NHS, there is somebody who can help, scroll through the links below for options.
- Counselling and mental health support for registered students who need to explore their difficulties in more depth using solution-focused methods. The Wellbeing Service provides structured, appointment-based support.
- You can use this online tool to report incidents like bullying either anonymously or with details so we can investigate, plus access practical support and guidance.
- The Bridge is a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC). They offer medical care, emotional and psychological support, and practical help to anyone who has been raped or sexually assaulted. Also offer information and support to friends and family if someone you care about has been affected by rape or serious sexual assault. Available 24/7, 365 days a year.
- We've developed a number of self-help resource handouts on various topics commonly discussed in counselling, mental health and specialist mentoring support.
- The Anti-Sexual Violence Service at UWE Bristol offers confidential support if you’ve experienced sexual trauma of any kind, recently or in the past.
- Specialist practitioners offering a range of study support services including groups, workshops, drop-ins, one-to-one support and neurodiversity screening.
- Why Google your symptoms and risk getting overly worried? Download the Student Health App and use it to reduce your worries and know where to go to get the support you need.
- They offer a range of short-term psychological therapies to adults who live in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire and are registered with a GP there.
- Mindline is a free, confidential helpline that anybody in Bristol can call if they need emotional support.
- The line is staffed by highly trained volunteers who will listen, support callers, and help them to work through their feelings, for up to half an hour per day.
- Student Experience Coaches work with you to help you overcome anxiety connected to your life at university and outside the classroom. They support you to build a plan for defining direction, overcoming obstacles and achieving your aims.