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Mental health issues

Mental health can be a particularly difficult area. Problems include anxiety, obsessive behaviour, Students sitting outsidedepression, self-harm etc. Symptoms may not be obvious and are often difficult to interpret. A general rule for Tutors is therefore to encourage any student about whom they have concerns (or who is himself or herself concerned) to see a GP or counsellor. If a Tutor has serious concerns, for example about student self-harm, harm to others or lack of rootedness in 'reality', it is advisable to consult before deciding how best to handle the situation, including the referral.

Contacts:

  • Mr Charles Kenderdine, The University Mental Health Adviser
  • Ms Alicia Pena, Head of Counselling and Wellbeing
  • The Duty Doctor

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