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Resources for students

In this section we will highlight all the support that the University can offer to all students on their mental health and wellbeing. Student Services offer comprehensive support and welfare through two teams: Student Welfare Advice and Guidance and the counselling and Mental Health Advisory Service.

Advice and Guidance

Our team of Wellbeing Advisors provide initial advice and support on issues which may be affecting your general welfare. If you are not sure where to go or who to ask for advice, or you just want to talk to someone you can contact us in the first instance on 0151 795 1000 or you can email  We can then set up a telephone or video call. We will do our best to help or if you need more specialist advice, we will refer you to the right people or services to assist you with your individual query.   

Further Support

Personal tutor checklist for student nurses ward placements: Personal Tutor Checklist for Student Nurses on Ward Placements during CoVid 19

UoL Wellbeing Map: UoL Wellbeing Map

BPS: Psychological needs of healthcare staff: Psychological Needs of Healthcare Staff

Mersey Care: Online and phone psychological support: Mersey Care Helplines

Talk Liverpool:Talk Liverpool - GP Bulletin


Rape and Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence 

As a reminder, the work of RASA, who presented at the recent Crisis Care Concordat Meeting continues

Their Helpline is available at the following times, Tuesday  6 - 8 pm, Thursday  6 - 8  pm, Friday  12 - 2  pm,   0151 666 1392

Domestic Abuse

 Merseyside police also have a useful for page for partner organisation support helplines across Merseyside and wider

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