Christopher Butler is available on and off throughout the year and students should check their emails for a message from Catherine Duperray about booking appointments or may contact her directly for more information. Conselling via email and skype is also offered and those interested can contact Student Services or the SU Welfare Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
7cups.com is a website that offers free online counselling via instant messenger. It’s completely anonymous and worth a go if you think it might be beneficial.
The International Counselling Service can provide private, english speaking counsellors. It is free to have the initial consultation but there will be a charge for any counselling sessions you book. The university may be able to help you cover these costs but it’s worth checking with Student Services first : http://www.icsparis.com/index.asp
Nightline is a confidential and anonymous listening support service. It is run by volunteers throughout the night and allows university students to talk about whatever is on their mind. Every university has its own Nightline that is run by students from their university : in our case, the University of London. http://nightline.org.uk/
^Click on the image above to read the information pack from our latest 'Mind Your Head Week' campaign!
This academic year (2018-2019). Eleanor Pearson has 200 free subscriptions to Headspace - a popular meditation app. Usually costing 70+ euros, you’ll be saving a lot of money. Send Eleanor a message if you would like to receive the code.
The SU will be running various mental health campaigns throughout the year. Keep your eyes peeled on social media and in your emails for more information and if your mental health is affecting your studies, it is best to consult your personal tutor and they will then be able to guide you.