Health and Wellbeing

We offer specific support to students who have experienced sexual assault or sexual harassment.

We can help you manage personal issues that might impact on your studies, and we offer a range of options to support you during your time here.

Find out more about the group sessions Student Wellbeing offers.

Links to key services to support you taking care of your health

Location and contact details of the two Health Centres and links to Student Health @ SHU.

Students are at particularly high risk of catching meningitis, so make sure you are aware of the risks.

You may experience distress or problems with your mental health during your time at SHU. Disabled Student Support and Student Wellbeing can support you in different ways.

It is easy to be overwhelmed at the beginning, or to feel homesick, especially if you are not used to doing things for yourself.

Counselling offers you a chance to talk things through with someone who is apart from your everyday life.

Student Wellbeing information on Big white wall, confidential support for students and staff 24/7

The University will take whatever action is appropriate and feasible against those who harass or bully.

Most appointments are face-to-face but by special arrangement and where appropriate, we offer telephone appointments.

Ideas and links on how to learn for wellbeing as part of the 5 ways to wellbeing from the Student Wellbeing Service

Bipolar disorder information and self-help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Personality disorder information and self-help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Information about contact appointments and wellbeing support appointments from the student wellbeing team.

Active Wellbeing initiatives from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Information and self help resources about bullying from Student Wellbeing.

Depression self-help resources and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Information for students and staff about the Inclusive Support Service

Assertiveness information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service

Self help resources for procrastination from Student Wellbeing Service.

Self-harm information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service

Self-help information and resources on the subject of abuse from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Information and self-help about anger from the Student Wellbeing Service

Gender identity information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service

Student Wellbeing self help resources and information for estranged students

Faith and spirituality information and advice from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Eating disorders self-help resources and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Sexuality information and self-help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Sleep self-help information and links to apps and helpful resources

Information about what to expect from a Student Wellbeing Group Session.

Student wellbeing self help and information for care leavers

Images and brief bios of student wellbeing staff to help students to familiarise themselves with the staff offering support.

Bereavement self-help resources and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) self help and information from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Index of Students wellbeing self help pages listed by condition

Obsessions and Compulsions self-help resources and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Student wellbeing self-help and information page for people with caring responsibilities

Panic information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Information about mental health support appointments from Student Wellbeing

Psychosis self-help and information from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Self-help resources for Anxiety from Student Wellbeing

Phobias information and self-help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Ideas from Student Wellbeing on how to Connect for Wellbeing

Family and relationships information from Student Wellbeing Service

Information about reading for wellbeing / bibliotherapy and a wide range of wellbeing-related reading that can be found in the Libraries

Holding page for uncompleted wellbeing self-help pages

Physical health self help resources and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Disability links from the Student Wellbeing Service

Gambling information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Sexual harassment and sexual violence self-help materials from Student Wellbeing.

5 ways to wellbeing advice from Student Wellbeing

Meditation and mindfulness information and resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Self-help resources and information from Student Wellbeing Service around Autism spectrum conditions.

Study problems self-help and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Description of the practical support sessions offered by the Inclusive Support Team.

Student Wellbeing - link to student registration and explanation of the support process following registration

Information and suggestions on Giving for wellbeing as part of the 5 ways to wellbeing

Pregnancy, miscarriage and abortion information and resources from the student wellbeing service.

Alcohol and drugs information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service

Information about The Social - a social gathering at the Students Union for students on the autism spectrum, organised by Inclusive Support Team staff.

Student Wellbeing advice for students seeking emergency help for suicidal thoughts and crisis.

Arranged and forced marriage information and resources from the student wellbeing service.

Domestic and relationship abuse self-help and information from the Student Wellbeing Service

Self-esteem information and self help resources from the Student Wellbeing Service.

Information about a Peer Mentoring scheme for autistic students, run by Inclusive Support.

Details of support from Student Wellbeing for students who cannot come on to campus - this may be for a range of reasons including, distance learning, working, disability.