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Mental health & well-being

Mental health can be described as your own personal sense of wellbeing. Similar to physical health, your sense of well-being can fluctuate and is sometimes better than at other times.

However, despite it affecting everybody and being a normal part of life, people are often reluctant to talk about their mental health. The University provides advice and support for students who may be struggling with their mental well-being. Our Mental Health and Well-being Advisers based in Student Development and Well-being will ensure that you are appropriately supported throughout your time with us so that you can get the most from your university experience.

Understanding Anxiety

How can mental health support help?

How to get in touch

Well-being Toolkit

External Well-being Support

Mental Health and Well-being apps

Mental health FAQs

For further information, please read our Mental Health and Well-Being Leaflet


Well-being drop-in service

We offer brief daily drop-in sessions via Zoom video call, telephone, or in-person 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, simply 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.

Well-being Webinar with Jake Mills & Gemma Margerison