The Student Wellbeing Service is experienced in providing confidential support to students around issues of sex, gender, sexuality and sexual orientation.

It is always advisable to let your personal tutor or course leader know if you are having difficulties affecting your studies – they are there to help, and can offer useful advice and support. Consult your GP if you are feeling persistently low, or if your difficulties are significantly affecting your daily functioning.

Useful resources for sexuality

MindOut LGBTQ Mental Health Service >

This live chat service is confidential, non-judgmental and anonymous. They are open every day, including evenings, weekends, and Bank Holidays.

Stonewall >

This charity fights for the freedom, equity and potential of LGBTQ+ people everywhere

More wellbeing help

Take a look at our other resources and sources of support for help with everything - from issues with alcohol, to healing from trauma.

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Wellbeing courses, workshops and events

Get involved in the free support available for you at uni, including support groups, drop-in events and the annual Feel Good Fest.

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Wellbeing resources and other support

Expert advice recommended by our Student Wellbeing Service

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Student Wellbeing Service

Learn more about the help we offer for personal and emotional worries.

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Contact the Student Wellbeing Service

Access support and guidance from our friendly team of wellbeing advisers, counsellors and mental health advisers:

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Worried about a student? Whether you're a friend, member of University staff, family member or medical professional you can raise a concern so our service can help.