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Wellbeing Service at QMU

By Megan 21 Jan 2019

Our Wellbeing Service offers support for your mental, emotional and physical wellbeing and facilitates building up resilience and coping strategies to support your journey through University.  We can offer a broad range of support to students experiencing emotional, mental health and wellbeing issues. 

To access support with our Wellbeing Adviser, Louise Gill you can either attend a drop-in session (based in Student Services) or email: wellbeing@qmu.ac.uk 

It is always better to access support sooner rather than later.  If at any time you are starting to struggle or would like to talk things through with the Wellbeing Adviser please do access the service.

Our opening hours are Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. 

What do people come to the Wellbeing service for? 

All sorts of things! It varies hugely, from stress and anxiety management, relationship difficulties, mental health issues, or difficulty juggling the stressors of student life. Anything which affects your physical or mental wellbeing. 

What are the drop-in sessions?

Drop in sessions run daily:
Monday   1.15pm - 4.00pm
Tuesday  1.15pm - 4.00pm
Wednesday    9.30am - 1.15pm
Thursday   1.15pm - 4.00pm
Friday    1.15pm - 4.00pm

No appointment is necessary, however,  you may have to wait a short time until the Adviser is free.

Where are you located?

The Wellbeing service is located within Student Services (First floor, behind glass partition). There is a private wellbeing office and counselling office, and everything is confidential.

Stay-on-course

The Stay-on-Course Programme aims to provide rapid support to students who are experiencing difficulties in managing and coping with their academic studies.

If students experience personal issues, including mental health issues, this can impact on their wellbeing and ability to engage and cope with their academic studies.

Specifically, Stay-on-Course aims to promote:

  •  class attendance
  •  course progression and achievement
  •  student experience and satisfaction.

Find more information on the stay-on-course programme and how it works on the QMU website.

For advice or help via email, please contact us.

Megan is part of the QMU Browzer Team
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