Mental Health is, the emotional resilience which enables us to enjoy life and survive pain, disappointment and sadness. It is a positive sense of well-being and an underlying belief in our own and others dignity and worth. Mental Health exists across a spectrum of states of mind and behaviours, from temporary responses to painful events to more debilitating conditions.
During your time at university you may experience some things that are hard to cope with. These may be mild or more severe. At the University of Liverpool, Student Services offers a spectrum of support. This includes Wellbeing Advisors, Counsellors and the Mental Health Advisory Service.
All you need to do to access our services is to go to the Student Welfare Advice and Guidance Information Point in the Alsop Building. The Wellbeing drop in is open from 11 am to 3pm Monday to Friday to talk to someone. We can then find out which service/s will be appropriate for you.