Loughborough University
Leicestershire, UK
LE11 3TU
+44 (0)1509 263171
Loughborough University

Counselling and Disability Service


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As part of CDS, and in line with the Service Mission Statement, our vision is to ensure equality of access to courses and services, and maintain the student experience for students with mental health difficulties at the University.  Each year, we seek comments about our service from students, using an online questionnaire.  You can read what students say about the Team here.

We welcome comments and suggestions from anyone who has been in contact with us or would wish to work closer with us, or about the information on this website. 


Students leaving feedback

We strive to ensure we offer a good service to students, and as such your feedback is invaluable in assisting us to improve our delivery and provide you with the best possible service. If you are a student who wishes to leave feedback about the support from the Mental Health Support Team you have recently received please take a few minutes to fill in our online survey

Working with us

If you are an organisation that would like to work with us, we offer mental health awareness training to staff and organise events which promote positive mental well-being, raise awareness across the whole University and try to reduce stigma. If this is of interest to you, or you would like to provide feedback about the information on this website please contact the Mental Health Co-ordinator, who will respond to you.

Making a complaint

If for any reason you are letting us know about a problem with the service, the sooner we know this, the sooner we can try to resolve it.  Please contact the Mental Health Co-ordinator.  In this context, if you are not satisfied with the response, you can follow the CDS complaints procedure.


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Opening times

Monday – Friday
09.30 to 16.30

Contact Us

Mental Health Support Team

01509 228338

Urgent Help

We do not provide out-of-hours crisis support and in such a situation you should contact healthcare services.


Self-help information on a range of mental health issues and the Reading Well scheme.

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