Where to find mental health and counselling information online and how to access local support services
The UK’s student mental health charity offers information including advice on starting university and dealing with exam stress
How to cope with stress, anxiety and depression and improve your mental wellbeing. NHS Moodzone includes a series of eight mental wellbeing podcasts and plenty of related advice
An A-Z list of problems and disorders as well as information about different types of treatment
A programme set up to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination
A national organisation that supports girls and women affected by self-injury or self-harm.
A series of audio guides designed to help you be happier, sleep better and feel more confident
A range of more than 100 factsheets created by experts at Rethink Mental Illness’s Advice and Information Service on topics from medication to the Mental Health Act
A blog dedicated to young people who want information about eating disorders themselves or a friend.
The University's Library has a range of multi-media resources to promote wellbeing and effective study.
Dedicated teams of psychological wellbeing practitioners (PWPs), cognitive behavioural therapists and counsellors offer free support to help you reduce stress and anxiety and improve your wellbeing.
For students to access support contact 01524 550552 for a telephone referral or go online and complete the online referral form.
Inspire provides support and advice for people who are worried about their own or someone else’s drug or alcohol use.
For more information please phone 01524 388493 or visit the Inspire website.
A Community Interest Company (CIC) in Lancaster offering affordable, open-ended counselling for individuals, couples and families. For more information phone 01524 391838.