The Counselling and Mental Health Service is available to all Lancaster students.
The Service is comprised of University staff who are all qualified and professional Mental Health Practitioners. This includes the College Wellbeing Officers, who are part of the Service but reside in offices within the Colleges, and the Counsellors and Mental Health Advisors, who reside in our central office within University House. We also have a team of Administrators who reside in our central office, too.
We are a short-term Service, and our aim is to support students at Lancaster University by helping them manage any problems or issues so they can continue with their studies. Our Service has different levels of support, and different therapies available, to help support students depending on what they need. We support students with mental health problems, but this is not a prerequisite to accessing our Service.
Access the Service for support
Please complete our online self-referral form to access the Service, or you can contact your College Wellbeing Officer, below, who can send you the link also.
Bowland email@example.com (Tom Meaney)
Cartmel firstname.lastname@example.org (Julian Morris)
County email@example.com (Kate Deeming)
Furness firstname.lastname@example.org (Taryn Whitford)
Fylde email@example.com (Taryn Whitford)
Graduate firstname.lastname@example.org (Anna Lewis)
Grizedale email@example.com (Sara Mellen)
Lonsdale firstname.lastname@example.org (Julian Morris)
Pendle email@example.com (Sara Mellen)
If you have any questions, please see our FAQ or contact us via the methods below.
+44 (0)1524 592690
Counselling and Mental Health Service c/o The Base
A-Floor, University House
Our central Service is based in University House, and can be accessed via The Base in Alexandra Square. Our College Wellbeing Officers are based in their respective College/s. Please see the campus map.
The central Service is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (with the exception of Bank Holidays and University closure days).