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Mental Health

Mental health difficulties are very common and may include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, OCD, bi-polar, etc. Liverpool Hope encourages all students to engage in activities to maintain and develop good mental health. If you experience a mental health difficulty, please contact Student Development and Well-being. You may benefit from a variety of support, for example from:

  • Counsellors 
  • Learning Support Advisers
  • Mental Health and Well-being Adviser
  • Students’ Union
  • Local NHS services

The Learning Support Advisers can offer advice and support with applying for the Disabled Students’ Allowances. This is a grant which pays for support such as equipment or workers to assist with study.

You may also find it helpful to agree a Learning Support Plan to inform lecturers, the exams department and other relevant staff about your support needs. The content and wording of your Learning Support Plan is agreed with you and only shared with your permission.

Here is more information on Mental Health at Liverpool Hope University