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Counselling

Liverpool Hope University provides a confidential, professional student counselling service to help you with any personal issues that may be affecting your studies, self-esteem, relationships, or general feelings of well-being.

To find out more about the Student Counselling Service here at Hope, read our Counselling leaflet.

How to access student counselling

The first step to accessing counselling is to attend a well-being drop-in. These are brief daily drop-in sessions via Zoom video call, telephone, or in-person and take place during term-time, Monday to Friday, 12-2pm. The drop-in sessions last around 20 minutes and are ideal for general enquiries and issues that can be addressed reasonably quickly.

To access a drop-in, contact Student Development and Well-being on the morning you wish to access a drop-in and a member of the team will arrange things for you.
E: sdw@hope.ac.uk
T: 0151 291 3427

*Please note that a limited number of drop-in sessions are provided each day and are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Counselling can help with a wide range of issues including:

Academic worries/pressures

Relationship difficulties

Issues with self-esteem and confidence

Panic attacks

General anxiety and stress

Family problems

Issues around sex and sexuality

Depression

Difficulties with alcohol or drugs

Homesickness

Suicidal thoughts

Making difficult decisions

Bereavement and parental separation

Eating disorders

Loneliness and feelings of isolation

Self-harm

Difficulties managing anger

Bullying and harassment