Our advisors are not wellbeing professionals, but they can offer you
guidance and support on wellbeing matters. Unless you would prefer to
speak to someone independent from the University, we would always
recommend you use the University’s Wellbeing services.
If you need some guidance in finding the right wellbeing service or in
making that first point of contact with them, then we’re here for
you. We are happy to refer you to suitable services or to offer you
moral support while you make that first call. We know that when we are
overwhelmed, we all need a helping hand.
We will not share information about you with the University without your
consent. The University’s Wellbeing services also follow strict
confidentiality procedures. However, if you would prefer to use an
external service, we can help you look for a suitable alternative.
The University offers a wide range of Wellbeing services free of
charge. It is rare to have access to so much support, so we
recommend you see what’s on offer and make use of it if
1-2-1 triage and therapy via Skype, Teams or email. Online
workshops can also be offered to groups of students on topics
such an anxiety.
1-2-1 advice via Skype, Teams or email. Continuation of
academic adviser support and specialist mentor support via
Skype or Teams.
1-2-1 advice via Skype, Teams or email. Assessments of
applications for the Study Support Grant by email.
1-2-1 advice via Skype, Teams, email or call 07388 846131 (9am
- 5pm) to speak to one of the team.
1-2-1 support via Skype or Teams.
1-2-1 triage and support via Skype, Teams or email.
Continuation of support for students who are already in
contact with the team.
The Chaplains are able to offer particular support to those
feeling isolated. Please contact
Revd Dr Orion Edgar
Fr John Dickson
(Catholic Chaplain) or
(Muslim Chaplain) for further support. In absence of public
worship, and the temporary closure of the Chapel, the
Chaplains are also broadcasting their worship on the
Chaplaincy Facebook page
(also available to catch up after the live broadcast).
Here you access mental health services including counselling.
A 24/7 helpline service and other ways for those who are
struggling to talk to someone.
A ‘hopeline’ phone service and confidential advice to
young people struggling with thoughts of suicide and to anyone
concerned about a young person.
Advice on a range of issues that affect young people at
university. Alongside a confidential 24-hour text support service.
Advice and support to anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Run a helpline and provide information and support for those
struggling with their sexuality and gender identity.
Registered charity no: 1141998
The Students’ Union, Royal Holloway
Egham, TW20 0EX