One in four of us will experience some sort of mental health problem in our lives, anxiety, depression or may be that feeling “How did I get a place on a PhD programme– I don’t belong, someone will find out! We have a number of support services here at the University of Manchester that you can access.
- SilvercloudOnline theraputic resources, free to students and staff of the University includes Cognititive Behaviours Therapy
- Audio downloads Download guided relaxation audio files to help you feel better
- Procrastination e-resources Get advice on dealing with procrastination to help improve the way you work
- The University Counselling Service has a team of professional counsellors, psychotherapists and mental health workers who offer confidential help with any personal issues affecting work, self-esteem, relationships, mental health or general wellbeing.
- The Disability Advisory and Support Service have dedicated disability advisers who provide advice, guidance and support about a range of practical adjustments for work or your studies.
- Occupational Health Service
- The Students’ Union Advice Service
- Mind, the mental health charity
Here is a leaflet on Workshops and Group Programmes offered by the Counselling service.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5311451/3104_Counselling_Service_timetable_flyer_Spring_2016_4pp_v3_single_pages.pdf
You may benefit from these services now or in the future or you may know someone who would. Please spread the word.