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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:

Exeter campuses 

Cornwall campuses 

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.

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.