Loughborough University
Leicestershire, UK
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Loughborough University

Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity

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Important announcement:

Due to the recent announcements from the Government and our Vice Chancellor all of our appointments will be offered via telephone and we will not be able to offer face to face appointments for this term.

If you have an upcoming appointment you should have received an email from the Student Wellbeing Team. If you would like to make an appointment, please complete the referral form.

 

Making an Appointment

To make an appointment, please fill out an application form for the Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity Service. Our support team will then access this application to pass it on so it can be screened. The purpose of screening is to direct you to the most appropriate service for your concerns.

You will then be sent a link to book an assessment or initial appointment for the service you have been directed to.

What happens in a Wellbeing Adviser meeting?

Each adviser has their own style and approach to offering advice, but all support will be tailored to your specific set of circumstances. Support is confidential and is provided on a one-to-one basis (unless stated otherwise by the adviser when arranging the appointment).

Appointments usually last a maximum of one hour, but can be shorter depending on your individual circumstances.

Wellbeing Advisers will often signpost to other services that might be useful for you, and often provide self-help information and techniques that you can practice in your own time. You'll receive a follow-up email after your meeting detailing the services/self-help techniques that the adviser recommends for you.

Do I need to do anything before my appointment?

There's nothing specific that you need to do before meeting with a Wellbeing Adviser, but it can be useful to have a think beforehand about any questions you might want to ask (writing these down may help!) and what you might like to get out of the appointment. You might also find it useful to browse some of the NHS self-help guides before your appointment.

 

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Urgent Help

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