Men’s mental health
Talking about your mental health isn’t a sign of weakness.
It’s okay to not be okay. Talking to someone, whether that's a friend, family member or our service is often the first step.
We offer a free and confidential service to talk about your mental health. You don’t have to have a diagnosis or even know why you are feeling the way you are to come and talk to us.
Let's talk about men's mental health
Student George Brown speaks to three fellow students for #UniMentalHealthDay about why men are less likely to access psychological therapies than women.
(Content warning: suicide).
How do I talk to a friend I think is struggling?
It can be tricky to spot a friend who's struggling, but the Movember charity have broken it down to a few simple steps.
Depression and anxiety self-assessment
If you are unsure if Wellbeing Services are right for you, try this free, confidential questionnaire. It measures mental wellbeing and will suggest appropriate support.
Andys Man Club
Talking groups for men who have either been through or are currently experiencing mental health struggles.
Nationwide groups are open every Monday from 7pm.