What is Peer Wellbeing Support?

Peer Wellbeing Support is a confidential, student-led listening service for students to talk and share their problems online/in person. 

You can expect an empathetic and non-judgemental space. Supporters will not advise or tell you what to do. Peer Wellbeing Supporter is not counselling.  

This is a suitable service for those struggling with mild mental health problems. For example, you may be feeling more worried, anxious, stressed or sad than normal.  

If your symptoms are becoming unmanageable and are having an impact on your daily life, then you can access specialised support via the university’s Counselling & Psychological Services or through your GP.