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Overview of Services

Student Development & Well-being is located on the first floor of the Gateway Building at the Hope Park Campus. We provide a range of services and support aimed at supporting students to get the most from their university experience. Our teams consist of experienced practitioners providing a professional support and advisory service to students and staff. 

 

Student Counselling Service

Student Development & Well-being provides a professional and confidential counselling service for students who may be experiencing a personal issue which is affecting their studies and/or general feelings of well-being. The service offers a range of assistance including time-limited one-to-one therapy, group workshops and self-help resources. The counselling service is also able to provide advice to university staff who may be working with a student in difficulty. 
   
The counselling service is available during office hours, Monday to Friday in term time. Students can access counselling via appointment only but students who wish to speak to a mental health professional urgently can attend a drop-in session. The drop-in sessions take place daily between 12pm – 2pm.

For more information visit the Student Counselling Service section of the website.

 

Mental Health Support & Advice

The Mental Health & Well-being Adviser provides a confidential, professional support and advisory service to students who are experiencing a mental health difficulty. Advice and assistance are also available for students who are concerned about their own, or someone else’s Mental Health. The Mental Health and Well-being Adviser can also provide advice and support to university staff who are working with students who have a diagnosed mental health difficulty or who are experiencing difficulties with their general state of emotional/psychological health.


The Mental Health & Well-being service is available during office hours, Monday to Friday in term time.  Students can access support via appointment only but students who wish to speak to a mental health professional urgently can attend one of the emergency drop-in sessions. The drop-in sessions take place daily between 12pm – 2pm .

For more information visit the Mental Health and Well-being Service section of the website.

 

Learning Support Team

The Learning Support team offers advice and guidance to disabled students, including students with physical or sensory impairments, dyslexia and long-term medical or mental health conditions. Students can book face-to-face, or telephone/Skype appointments.  The team also deliver drop-in advice sessions, where no appointment is required.  Drop-in sessions usually take place every weekday from 12 – 2 pm during term-time only.

 

Student Well-being Officer

The Student Well-being Officer has responsibility for developing and coordinating a range of health and well-being promotion campaigns and activities aimed at enhancing student health and well-being whilst at university.

As the key support link between the University's Residential Life Team and specialist support services, the Student Well-being Officer will also provide initial and ongoing information, advice and support on well-being matters to students experiencing a wide range of difficulties, signposting to internal specialist support services as necessary (eg, Counselling, Mental Health Adviser, Disability Support staff, Welfare Benefits advice).

 

Advising Students about University Support Services

Lecturers and other faculty staff play an important role in advising students about the support services available within the University, especially where there is a concern. Signposting or referring students to Student Development & Well-being is always a positive step to take.

To discuss a student health or well-being concern please contact us on:

T: 0151 291 3427 
e: studentdevelopment&wellbeing@hope.ac.uk  

Students can make an appointment in one of the following ways:
T: 0151 291 3427 
e: studentdevelopment&wellbeing@hope.ac.uk  

or by visiting:
Student Development & Well-being
Gateway Building (1st Floor),
Hope Park Campus
L16 9JD

Drop-in sessions

The following drop-in sessions are available:

Learning Support

Monday to Friday 12:00 - 2.00

Counselling

Monday to Friday 12:00 - 2.00

Overview of Services

Student Development & Well-being is located on the first floor of the Gateway Building at the Hope Park Campus. We provide a range of services and support aimed at supporting students to get the most from their university experience. Our teams consist of experienced practitioners providing a professional support and advisory service to students and staff. 

 

Student Counselling Service

Student Development & Well-being provides a professional and confidential counselling service for students who may be experiencing a personal issue which is affecting their studies and/or general feelings of well-being. The service offers a range of assistance including time-limited one-to-one therapy, group workshops and self-help resources. The counselling service is also able to provide advice to university staff who may be working with a student in difficulty. 
   
The counselling service is available during office hours, Monday to Friday in term time. Students can access counselling via appointment only but students who wish to speak to a mental health professional urgently can attend a drop-in session. The drop-in sessions take place daily between 12pm – 2pm.

For more information visit the Student Counselling Service section of the website.

 

Mental Health Support & Advice

The Mental Health & Well-being Adviser provides a confidential, professional support and advisory service to students who are experiencing a mental health difficulty. Advice and assistance are also available for students who are concerned about their own, or someone else’s Mental Health. The Mental Health and Well-being Adviser can also provide advice and support to university staff who are working with students who have a diagnosed mental health difficulty or who are experiencing difficulties with their general state of emotional/psychological health.


The Mental Health & Well-being service is available during office hours, Monday to Friday in term time.  Students can access support via appointment only but students who wish to speak to a mental health professional urgently can attend one of the emergency drop-in sessions. The drop-in sessions take place daily between 12pm – 2pm .

For more information visit the Mental Health and Well-being Service section of the website.

 

Learning Support Team

The Learning Support team offers advice and guidance to disabled students, including students with physical or sensory impairments, dyslexia and long-term medical or mental health conditions. Students can book face-to-face, or telephone/Skype appointments.  The team also deliver drop-in advice sessions, where no appointment is required.  Drop-in sessions usually take place every weekday from 12 – 2 pm during term-time only.

 

Student Well-being Officer

The Student Well-being Officer has responsibility for developing and coordinating a range of health and well-being promotion campaigns and activities aimed at enhancing student health and well-being whilst at university.

As the key support link between the University's Residential Life Team and specialist support services, the Student Well-being Officer will also provide initial and ongoing information, advice and support on well-being matters to students experiencing a wide range of difficulties, signposting to internal specialist support services as necessary (eg, Counselling, Mental Health Adviser, Disability Support staff, Welfare Benefits advice).

 

Advising Students about University Support Services

Lecturers and other faculty staff play an important role in advising students about the support services available within the University, especially where there is a concern. Signposting or referring students to Student Development & Well-being is always a positive step to take.

To discuss a student health or well-being concern please contact us on:

T: 0151 291 3427 
e: studentdevelopment&wellbeing@hope.ac.uk  

Students can make an appointment in one of the following ways:
T: 0151 291 3427 
e: studentdevelopment&wellbeing@hope.ac.uk  

or by visiting:
Student Development & Well-being
Gateway Building (1st Floor),
Hope Park Campus
L16 9JD

Drop-in sessions

The following drop-in sessions are available:

Learning Support

Monday to Friday 12:00 - 2.00

Counselling

Monday to Friday 12:00 - 2.00