Anyone, at any time, can have thoughts and emotions that may feel overwhelming. The Counselling Service is here to help you explore how you think, behave and feel about an issue and help you find appropriate ways to make changes in your life. We are a confidential, inclusive service with qualified therapists trained in a range of evidence-based psychological therapies.
Our service provides a supportive pathway with a stepped care model; this means that you can access us quickly and get the most effective help for your needs.
The purpose of counselling is to gain insights and work towards making changes in your life. This is not a quick or easy process and can, quite often be challenging. You will be expected to fully engage and work hard. Counselling is suitable where there is time to reflect on current difficulties but is not necessarily appropriate when an emergency response is needed in a crisis. You will find contat details on the Student Wellbeing Services homepage for other services which might help in a crisis.
Enquiries and booking requests should be directed to email@example.com
The Wellbeing Service is here to support you through your studies, but if you need immediate support in an emergency, please contact your GP for an urgent appointment or if you don’t feel that you can keep yourself safe, please call 999 or attend your local A&E department.
Bangor University Healthcare Students based in the Wrexham area:
Glyndwr University, Wrexham is contracted to offer wellbeing support to Bangor University Healthcare students based in the Wrexham area:
Access will be by pre-booked appointments only by emailing Glyndwr University Counselling Service at firstname.lastname@example.org
If email is not available, contact can be made via 01978 294421, however email is preferable.
Following initial contact, Glyndwr University Counselling Service will contact Bangor University Wellbeing Service to ensure that the prospective client is a current registered Bangor student.
We are a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to its policies on confidentiality and data protection.
For staff, we offer consultations for those who are concerned about a students mental health via the duty counsellor system and training/support to develop understanding of mental health issues and responses to students with difficulties.
To enable us to develop and provide the best possible service now and in the future any feedback is welcome. Please contact the following with your comments:
|Gian Fazey-Koven||Head of Student Support & Wellbeing|
|Jack Jackson||Wellbeing Manager|
|Helen Williams||Office Manager|