Whether you want to speak to someone or do some self-help, we are here to help point you in the direction of services and resources to look after your wellbeing.
Student Counselling Service
We support the mental health of all students at the University, using short-term counselling and referral to other services.
The Chaplaincy is a safe and welcoming service for people of all faiths and none
Disability & Learning Support Service
Our Disability & Learning Support Service supports students with a range of disabilities, neurodiverse conditions, physical and mental health issues. The team offers support based on your individual needs and how your disability, learning difference or health condition affects your studies.
From the start of the 2022/23 academic year, all of our Schools & Deaneries have Wellbeing Advisers who you can speak with if you are experiencing issues that are affecting your health, wellbeing, studies or personal life.
The Advice Place
At the University you can find a range of support and guidance if you are looking to speak to someone about any mental health issues you may be experiencing.
Our self-help resources provide immediate access to online mental health support.
Help with common student concerns
Resources to help you with common wellbeing challenges, including money, stress, depression and homesickness.
Edinburgh Mental Health Partnership’s mental health collaboration