Welcome to the UEL wellbeing portal for students
The University of East London takes the wellbeing of our
students seriously during the Covid-19 pandemic and during all other times. We
have listed resources we have in place to support our students during this
time. We are here to support you no matter the issue. Please do not hesitate to
get in touch if you feel you could benefit from any one of these resources.
We understand that you want to gain as much from your time at university as possible, both academically and socially. The Student Wellbeing Service is here to help you achieve this at times when difficulties of an emotional or psychological nature interfere with your life both within and outside the University. This might involve practical advice and support or by accessing the various wellbeing interventions that the team can offer. Many students access Mental Health Support, Counselling or Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) through the service, as well as a wide range of self-help materials and workshops offered.
Counselling or CBT needs to be undertaken voluntarily, not because someone else thinks you should have it. There also needs to be a commitment made to attending the negotiated amount of sessions offered at a regular time and day during the week.
How do I know if I need an initial Drop-In appointment with the Student Wellbeing Service?
It is a difficult process to admit to yourself that you are finding some things in your life difficult to cope with. It is also equally difficult to admit that you are struggling with your attendance or academic progression due to any emotional or health related issues. We know that friends and family are often your main support network but when that is difficult then please come to talk to us. Please just book one of our Drop-In appointments to make initial contact.
How do I book any of these appointments?
Mental Wellbeing Resource Library
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- Drop-in sessions (delivered remotely)
Our usual drop-in sessions are being delivered remotely. There are no specific time slots. Students are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will aim to respond within 24 hours and offer an initial telephone conversation with you.
- Mental Health First Aiders
The University has a number of mental health first aiders who are able to support students and signpost them to sources of mental and emotional support.
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The Hub is a student's first point of call if they need help with anything. The team can help refer you to the right service if you feel you need support but are not sure what or how to access is. The team are open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm and can be contacted on (+44)20 8223 4444 or email@example.com.
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