We know that academic life can sometimes be hard and the COVID-19 situation may also add difficulties.
The Student Wellbeing Service, in collaboration with other organisations, delivers a range of mental health and wellbeing support options to Aberystwyth University students.
Some of our key supportive provisions are listed below:
Raising Concerns form
If you have concerns about an Aberystwyth University student, then complete our simple form and tell us about it and one of our qualified practitioners can advise from there.
Togetherall - free 24/7 online support for Aberystwyth University students
Togetherall offers an anonymised, clinically monitored, peer supported community where a range of help and advice, assessment and development modules are available.
- Chat anonymously with peers
- Complete assessments for a range of issues like sleep, anxiety, depression
- Gain new knowledge and skills through the range of self help courses available:
Students can access Togetherall at: https://togetherall.com/en-gb
Student Minds, Student Space - free text, phone, webchat or email service. Available to students 4pm – 11pm daily
Call free on 0808 1895260
Text ‘STUDENT’ to 85258
Or start a chat through Student Minds webchat available on their website: https://studentspace.org.uk/
Aberystwyth MIND charity - Active Monitoring Service
Student can self-refer for care and guided treatment under Hywel Dda Health Board - for mild to moderate mental health issues - www.mind.org.uk/about-us/mind-cymru/active-monitoring
See the Student Wellbeing Service webpages for more information.