Keele University Doctors
Making an appointment
Before coming to see us we ask you to complete an online form. You can do this by clicking on the button at the bottom of this screen. Once you have done this we will contact you and offer you a time to come and see us.
Giving us this information before your first appointment helps us to understand you and what you are currently experiencing. It also means you get extra time with one of our team to talk through things through. Of course at your first appointment you can also tell us things which you didn’t feel comfortable writing down.
You will need to provide your Keele student number, an email address and the name of your General Practitioner (GP). It is a requirement of the service that you are registered with a GP.
If you are are struggling with the form you could ask a tutor, member of staff or friend to fill out the form with you. It’s important though that this is done with you and not for you.
The form is confidential and can only been seen by our staff.
Who we are
The Counselling and Mental Health Support team are committed to helping you get the best from your time at Keele. We offer 1-2-1 Counselling alongside lots of group based therapy. We also have a mental health support service.
The Counselling team at Keele work in an integrative way and aim to recognise your individual experience and work therapeutically with what you tell us.
All the Counsellors at Keele are qualified and accredited, either by BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) or UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy).
The service is managed by Mark Fudge, Head of Counselling and Mental Health Support