Mental health support

Mental Health Advisors

Our team of mental health advisers can support you in both your academic and personal life.  If you are suffering with a mental health difficulty, or are worried about an emerging concern, please do get in touch.  Students access our services for advice and support on many aspects of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, psychosis and obsessive compulsive disorder.  Our service is confidential and we provide a space for you and your named adviser to discuss whatever is on your mind.  Student Mental Health Policy

How to access our Mental Health team

You might be referred by Disability Services or possibly by your GP.

We understand that people feel comfortable exploring their difficulties in different ways. That’s why at the University of Huddersfield, we encourage you to choose your own way of working with our team. You can therefore choose whether to access support through our free workshops and support groups or through booked one-to-one sessions with an adviser. Many of our students attend a combination of both.

If you are self-referring, the quickest route to see an adviser one-to-one is to attend the Wellbeing drop-in – Monday to Friday at 11.00am.  However, if you prefer to book an initial appointment please contact iPoint, Level 4, Student Central, email., Tel. 01484 471001.