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Counselling and Mental Health Service

The mission of the Counselling and Mental Health Service is to provide an accessible, focussed and high quality service, enabling students to increase their wellbeing and maximise their student experience.

 

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What is counselling?

Counselling is part of Student Wellbeing Services.

You may wish to receive counselling for a number of reasons. Staff provide confidential and professional support on issues such as personal, family, social or academic matters.

 

 

 

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Student Counselling

If you are a student and wish to access counselling you need to complete the student online self-referral form.

 

Christmas Closure Dates

Please note that the service will be closed from 5.30pm on Tuesday 23rd December 2014 to 9am on Monday 5th January 2015. Any referral forms received during this period will be responded to after Monday 5th January. While you are waiting please make use of other sources of support as listed on our webpage. 

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Support for Staff

Supporting Staff to Support Students – see our new webpage to help you support your students

Staff Counselling

If you are a staff member and wish to access counselling or just get some advice and support then you can now access this via Right Management.  For more information please see the HR webpages.  As this information is for staff only you will need to log in using your usual username and password to view it.

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Feedback and student experience

Read student feedback on on our service

Improvements to Service - find out about how our counselling review has resulted in improvements to our service

 

 

 

 

 

 

North Lancashire Integrated Recovery Team

Are you concerned about your own or someone else's drug or alchol use?

Inspire now provide a weekly drop-in service on campus, offering advice and support in a confidential setting.

Drop in sessions are every Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm

Furness College Deanery Office (Room A09)

 

IAPT

 

The local IAPT Service supports health and wellbeing by offering short-tern psychological interventions for people experiencing common mental health problems.

To access support contact Lancster & Morecambe IAPT on 01524 550552 Or fill in the self-referral form and post it to the address on the back page.

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