University of Exeter Wellbeing
University of Exeter Wellbeing Services
Wellbeing Services are here to help students get the most out of their time at University. Health and wellbeing are crucial ingredients of effective study as well as a rich and fulfilling student experience, but staying well in body and mind isn’t always easy at University. We recognise that it’s much more difficult to learn and enjoy student life when personal difficulties or emotional worries arise. Sometimes we need a little help to get “back on track” and Wellbeing can offer a range of services to support students personally and in their studies when difficulties occur. We are made up of three teams including:
- Talking therapies
- Mental Health
- The Exeter Access Centre is located within Wellbeing Services
Are Wellbeing Services right for me?
We are here to support you with a wide range of concerns, we see a lot of students who are:
|Stressed or worried about something||Finding it hard to fit in and make friends|
|Feeling low or depressed||Missing friends and family back home|
|In need of support with a disability or specific learning difficulty||Anxious about exams|
|Unsure about identity issues||Feeling troubled about their eating|
|Struggling with a relationship issue||Experiencing a mental health difficulty|
We believe that no problem is too small, so if you are unsure whether Wellbeing Services are right for you please do contact us and we will be happy to discuss this.
All services are free of charge, some specialist support may be funded through DSA.
We are committed to supporting disabled students, staff and visitors on all campuses. See the DisabledGo website for information on the accessibility of buildings around the Exeter campuses.