Booking a Peer Wellbeing Support Session
Peer Wellbeing Support is a safe place for students to talk about whatever is on their mind. There is no issue too small, and many students experience the same common problems throughout their time at university. Our trained Peer Wellbeing Supporters are fellow students who want to help their peers feel better. They are there to listen to any issue you are experiencing and, where appropriate, may be able to signpost you to a relevant service. Find out more information about Peer Wellbeing Support.
The service is organised and run by trained supporters in their individual schools/colleges. You should access Peer Wellbeing Support according to the school or college in which you study.
Many of our groups are running both online and face to face peer support. If you would like to speak in person, you can arrange this via email or Facebook message. All booking and contact details can be found under the tabs below. In line with established practice, you will be supported by two trained Peer Wellbeing Supporters throughout your session.
Please note this is a term-time only service.
Email to arrange a chat: firstname.lastname@example.org
Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA)
Peer Wellbeing Support will be offered by GUSA later in 2021.