Student Counselling & Wellbeing Service

Studying at University is designed to challenge you to achieve your personal and academic potential. This is often exciting and rewarding but sometimes you may feel overwhelmed with negative emotions and require additional support.

male-student-3.4a_152.jpgWhether your worries are directly concerned with your academic studies or stem from external pressures or incidents, the Counselling and Wellbeing Service can offer you the opportunity to talk through your problems, help you understand them, and discover strategies to resolve or minimise them.

Asking for help when you feel overwhelmed is a positive step towards maintaining your wellbeing.

To arrange an appointment with the Counselling and Wellbeing Service, contact 01224 262120 or email counselling@rgu.ac.uk

For further information about the service, visit the Student Counselling and Wellbeing Service webpages

Emergency

If you require immediate help and you are unable to contact us, please contact:

  • Your GP
  • Emergency Services (999) in life threatening situations

Other 24 hour helplines include:

  • The Samaritans - 08457 909090
  • NHS 24 - 08454 242424

For further information about other agencies and organisations that may be able to help you, you should visit our links page.

Events

  1. 10, May, 2014 Do' School Memories

    Do' School Memories

    Exhibition celebrating life as it was for students at the famous Aberdeen College of Domestic Science, otherwise known as the Do’ School.  

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  1. 26, August, 2014 RGU academics analyse Twitter response to second referendum debate

    Academics took to social media to see what sparked the most engagement during the independence referendum debate.  

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