Not quite feeling yourself today? You’re not alone!

Post Chrismas-blues, dark morning and nights and a few other factors make the third Monday of January one of the gloomiest days of the year which means many of us might not be feeling on top form today on “Blue Monday”.

With that in mind, we just wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that our Wellbeing and Mental Health service is available to offer support, advice and information about any issue which you feel may be impacting your studies at @uochester. This support is available for ALL students.

Our teams can help with any issue impacting your studies including:

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Financial worries
  • Domestic abuse
  • Support for suicidal thoughts or self harm
  • And moreā€¦

Our Student Wellbeing Adviser team are also available to offer support when you need it and can refer you to our Mental Health Adviser team, if appropriate. To find more or ask about booking a 30 minute appointment, email wellbeing@chester.ac.uk or visit Portal.

You can also access our 24/7 Student Assistance Programme (SAP) any time, day or night be phoning 0800 028 3766. Through SAP you can receive in-the-moment support or counselling from an experienced therapist, as well as legal, housing, financial or relationship advice from qualified advisers. Find out more.

All of this support is available free of charge to all students at the University.

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