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- Groups and workshops
- Complementary Therapies
- Support for international students
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Concerns for another
Concerns about another
Wellbeing Services are occasionally contacted by students with concerns about a friend or partner.
Caring for an emotionally troubled friend can be stressful and upsetting. We are happy to offer a confidential consultation, which can help to clarify your concerns and decide how best to respond. A discussion with a member of the Wellbeing Services team can also help you to keep in mind your own limits and to know when to stop intervening.
If your friend or partner is also a student, and wants to see a member of the team, they should contact us directly. By making his or her own appointment, they will feel more committed and involved, and will be much more likely to keep the appointment.
Timing and motivation are both factors in the effectiveness of our services. This means it is important that students book their own appointments and decide for themselves whether this is the right time to seek help.
Please see our how to Make an appointment webpage for further details.