Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information

Student Counselling


The Counselling Service is available online to support you.

We have extended our availability of offering telephone based support sessions to on-screen assessments and on-screen or face to face counselling sessions.     Enquiries/booking requests should be directed to


28 Sept 2020

Tips and tricks to help you cope in a pandemic

24 Sept 2020   

Starting university can be a huge life change.  This booklet, Starting University – A guide for student, aims to address some common concerns as well as giving a reality check to some ideas you may have.  It also offers tips and guidance on how to get the best out of your time at university and, most importantly, maintain good mental health.

10 Sept 2020

We are taking referrals for joining our online psycho-educational courses.

  • The DBT programme helps to develop skills to manage unhelpful emotions.
  • The Getting on Better with Yourself and Others online course addresses relational issues.  


See our Workshops | Student Services: Counselling | Bangor University

for information on weekly Mindfulness Meditation Sessions, presentations from our Building Resilience lectures and iCan Workshops.


Take a look at our comprehensive list of self-help resources and the University's Online Mental Health Resources


We aim to respond to all emails within 1-2 working days.


As we are not an emergency service, please refer to our list of emergency contacts  or visit your GP.


Please contact the Disability Service / Mental Health Advisers if you want:-

  • Help to put a learning support plan in place;
  • Advice on strategies to overcome barriers you face;
  • Information on or help to apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances.


To Students based in the Wrexham area:

Please follow the same infomation as set out above and contact us directly with any queries.


If you have concerns about Coronavirus, these links of resources may help:


Watch our video



For Staff, we offer:

  • Consultation to staff who are concerned about a student’s mental health via the duty counsellor system.  However, the Counselling Service is not an emergency service;
  • Training and support to relevant staff to develop their understanding of mental health issues and their responses to students with difficulties.


Aims and Objectives

To view our full Service aims and objectives, click here

We are a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to policies on confidentiality and data protection.


We welcome your feedback 

We would welcome your feedback about the service received, to enable us to develop and provide the best possible service now and in the future.

Please contact one of the following with your comments:

Name Position
Maria Lorenzini Director of Student Services
Kate Tindle Head of Counselling Service

Click here to see how we improve our services


Disclaimer:  During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Counselling Service is constantly developing its services to the changing situation.