If you are finding things difficult, please remember you are not alone and there is help available.

Urgent help

If you are in a crisis and need urgent help please, visit our Urgent Help webpage.

This webpage provides a list of crisis services that offer urgent 24/7 support, such as Samaritans and Rethink NHS Helpline.

What help is available?

Our student wellbeing team offers a range of support that you can access independently or through a Wellbeing Practitioner.

  • Self help articles and videos
  • Group sessions
  • Online courses and apps
  • 1-1 appointments.

We recommend that you explore the wellbeing webpages to see what is available.

To speak to a practitioner and to access some kinds of support, you will need to register with the wellbeing team.

Community Support

Hallam students have access to Togetherall, an online community with 24–hour support from mental health professionals. Register using your university email address for access to courses, articles and support forums.

College Wellbeing Support

We have a well-being adviser based in each of our three colleges who can provide quick and easy access to 1:1 wellbeing appointmentsOur college wellbeing advisers are qualified practitioners who can provide support for a wide range of issues, including anxiety, low mood and stress. 

Registering with student wellbeing

The registration form will ask you about your welfare and the type of support you want.

After registering, you will be able to book a 50 minute session with a wellbeing practitioner. They will work with you to understand the support available and help you create an action plan.

Off campus support

You can still receive support when off campus.

Wellbeing appointments can be held remotely or by telephone. Choose your preferred method of contact from when you complete the wellbeing registration form.


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