Coming to university can be an exciting and rewarding time. It is also a time of change which can be stressful and a range of difficulties and dilemmas may arise that can affect your life and studies. Talking to a trained professional can help. The Counselling & Mental Health team provide mental wellbeing support and a confidential individual counselling service to help you manage any challenges affecting you emotionally or psychologically that you might face while you study with us.
The Counselling & Mental Health team is made up of counsellors and psychological therapists. We offer:
The Counselling and Mental Health Team offers a drop-in service
If you are feeling distressed, anxious or have a concern you would like to discuss, come and talk to one of our professional staff by just turning up at Sunny Hill House at 2pm, Mondays to Fridays - no need to book an appointment.
General Enquiries: For general enquiries and information you can contact the Counselling & Mental Health Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stressed? Worried? Feeling low? Having difficulty sleeping? Not feeling good about yourself?
Middlesex University is now offering SilverCloud to all registered students and staff, a free online self-help service to help anyone experiencing a variety of emotional challenges.
SilverCloud offers secure, immediate access to online CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) programmes tailored to your specific needs to support you in setting yourself goals, problem solving and building up your life skills. These programmes have demonstrated high improvement rates for depression and anxiety.
It’s flexible – access it anywhere, on your computer, tablet or mobile phone and work at your own pace.
It's easy to use - interactive tools and activities make your experience interesting and motivational.
There are currently four programmes available to students and staff:
Sign up to SilverCloud today at mdxwellbeing.silvercloudhealth.com/signup
The University runs a series of webinars to support students with overcoming procrastination, isolation, anxiety and mindfulness.
To refer yourself to join the waiting list for counselling sessions, please complete the form from this link (in confidence). Please give as much availability as possible so that a suitable appointment can be arranged for you (see link below).
Please note, due to a technical issue, please do not write in the box on the form that asks for your phone number. If you wish to include this information, please insert it where the form asks: 'If any details above are incorrect please type the correct details here':
The Counselling & Mental Health team -
Sunny Hill House
Access via Greyhound Hill or
Williams Building car park - (postcode on Google maps for Sunny Hill House is NW4 4JS)
Postal address -
Sunny Hill House
London NW4 4BT
Please email our team administrator at: email@example.com or call 020 8411 4118 for more information.
If you are managing a longer-term mental health condition (for one year or more) you may be entitled to extra support:
Contact the university's Disability & Dyslexia Service at: firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
When you contact the service, we will email you within 3 weeks with the offer of an appointment. Please be aware that our emails often go to people's junk email boxes so please check there regularly.
The initial appointment will provide an opportunity to explore your reasons for contacting the service, and help build up a clearer picture. The practitioner who is meeting with you for the initial appointment will then discuss next steps with you. For some students using our service, one or two sessions are all that is needed. For others, up to six sessions, in addition to the initial appointment, allow issues to be explored in greater depth. Sometimes a referral to another internal service or an external organisation is appropriate.
While you wait for your first appointment, (or as a one-off appointment) you might find it helpful to attend one of our drop-in sessions.