An online questionnaire has been launched to gather information about students’ experiences of University support services for those experiencing mental health difficulties.
The consultation will run until Friday, 17 June 2016, and students are being invited to participate regardless of whether or not they have directly accessed the services.
To take part please CLICK HERE.
Head of Student Services at the University, Dr Paula Harrison Woods, said: “We are keen to understand student needs when it comes to mental health and wellbeing. Not only are we hoping to learn more about the experiences of those that have accessed the support on offer at the University, but also from those that haven’t, to understand why.
“Feedback will be vitally important in informing the forthcoming review of these services so that we can continue to provide good support for those who are experiencing mental health difficulties and promote positive mental health.”
The services being reviewed include the counselling service, mental health advisory service, psychological support service for student practitioners and psychological support offered by Brownlow.
It is hoped that the project will provide further insight into the type of issues which students are facing and highlight any areas which may need to be addressed.
All responses will remain completely anonymous.