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Disability & Wellbeing Service

Disability & Wellbeing Service COVID-19 Update

We recognise that the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting the way we all live our lives, and while it is normal to feel overwhelmed about the situation, there are many things that we can do to support and manage our own wellbeing during these times. We have developed the Self-Help section of our Mental Health and Wellbeing page to include resources focussed on maintaining and improving your wellbeing. These resources highlight the importance of considering the impact that our daily routine, environment, activity levels, nutrition, social interaction and self-care habits can have on our overall quality of life during this period of adjustment. 

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

We understand and appreciate you will have many questions on different aspects of life at Strathclyde in the coming semester and so encourage you to review our new FAQs online on our Return and Resume Hub. Alongside the Student FAQ's you can find videos providing a taster for the preparation and developments that are underway to support our planned approach for online and blended delivery. This supplements our Pledge to students, and the details on Campus Life 2020

Disability & Wellbeing Service

The Disability & Wellbeing Service has a range of advisers with specialist expertise in disability, health, 
mental health and counselling. We offer a broad range of support to students with any disability, mental health and wellbeing related needs, which includes, but is not limited to:

If you would like to engage with our team or find out further information about the support we offer, please Contact Us or email disability-wellbeing@strath.ac.uk. We are currently operating remotely and e-mails will be picked up during office hours, Monday - Friday, 9am – 5pm.

Referrals and Weekday Services

Students with concerns about their mental health or wellbeing can access same day initial support and advice via Zoom from our Early Intervention Counselling Team. Referrals can be made by emailing the Disability & Wellbeing Service disability-wellbeing@strath.ac.uk. The Service also offers twice daily mental health and wellbeing Zoom drop-in sessions where students can obtain direct access to support from one of our trained advisers/counsellors. Running at 11am and 3pm on weekdays, students can access the drop-in by obtaining the Zoom Details published on MyPlace.

Weekend Mental Health and Wellbeing Drop-ins

In addition to weekday services, the mental health and wellbeing Zoom drop-in service runs between 10am and 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Our team of counsellors are on-hand to offer a listening ear, advice and support. If students are feeling lonely, isolated, anxious or have any concerns about their mental health and wellbeing, they can drop-in and speak directly to a member of the team. Students can access the drop-in by obtaining the Zoom Details published on MyPlace.

Support for Students Residing on Campus

Students living on campus in Student Accommodation can access counselling support directly through our Halls Counsellor initiative. All students in halls have been provided with details of their named halls counsellor. If students require further information, they should contact Student Accommodation student.accommodation@strath.ac.uk or the Disability & Wellbeing Service disability-wellbeing@strath.ac.uk.

How to Create Wellbeing and Happiness Online Module

A newly developed in-house “How to Create Wellbeing and Happiness” e-learning module is now available to all students on MyPlace. The in-depth module is designed to help students develop independent strategies to enhance and maintain a positive sense of wellbeing. We strongly encourage all students to work through the module.