Goldsmiths, University of London

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1. Wellbeing Service

Wellbeing Advisers are specialist practitioners who offer mental health advice and support to students with personal, emotional or mental health issues.

Find out more about the Wellbeing Service

2. Counselling Service

Goldsmiths' Counselling Service offers short-term counselling to try and help you gain understanding and insight into what you may be experiencing. It aims to build your resources and to promote change that will enable you to fulfil your academic and personal potential.

Find out more about the Counselling Service

3. Campus Support Officers

Our team provides friendly out-of-hours support and are here to be the first point of call for absolutely anything, 6pm-6am every evening.
Whether you’re stressing over an essay, have concerns about a friend, or you’re just having “one of those days”, please get in touch. They are always up for a chat!

Find out more about Campus Support Officers

4. Disability Team

The disability team coordinates the support, reasonable adjustments and funding that disabled students are eligible for. If you have a specific learning difficulty (e.g., dyslexia) , long-term health (e.g., diabetes) or mental health condition (e.g., anxiety and depression), you are entitled to access support from the Disability Service and funded support.

Find out more about the disability team

Last reviewed: 16 March 2021