Students sometimes find that problems at home or at College can affect their work or physical or mental well-being.
Students may be:
- losing sleep over a problem
- feeling lonely, depressed, anxious or exhausted
- struggling to cope with College, work, relationships or home-life
Although Personal Tutors are always happy to discuss problems, students can sometimes find it easier to talk things through with a trained Counsellor who is not directly involved in the student’s situation.
The counselling service offers a confidential service to all students. Students can talk through their situations, explore their choices and find possible steps forward.
Counselling is provided by the College's own Counsellor, Morvelisa Roberts, who is experienced in working with young people.
Where and when
The College Counselling service is based in Room 022 on the Ground Floor of the main building. The Counsellor is available by appointment on Mondays between 9am - 2pm, Tuesday and Thursday between 10am - 3pm and Fridays between 10am - 2pm.
Students can make appointments by:
- going to the Student Services Reception
- emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- making an appointment through their Personal Tutor or Senior Tutor/Pastoral Director
A drop-in service is also available throughout the week.
Should a student need to cancel a College Counselling appointment, they should email email@example.com at the earliest opportunity.
More information, including helpline numbers, useful internet links and suggestions for local sources of support can be obtained from the Counsellor.