- What is counselling?
- Who are we?
- What do we offer?
- Support Sessions
- Workshop Programme
- Making an appointment
- How to find us / opening times
- Other emergency and support services
- Accessing your Records
- Equality Statement
- Worried about Someone
- What Students say about our Service
- Self-help links, Podcasts and Apps
- Information Handouts
Making an Appointment
Students should email email@example.com for all appointments, whether face to face or online.
We offer bookable on-screen support sessions, on-screen assessments and on-screen or face to face counselling sessions.
All initial sessions will be via Microsoft Teams. You will need to download Microsoft Teams in advance. Please note that whilst we do our best to ensure that our online routes are secure, we cannot guarantee the security of these.
Face to face appointment slots will be pre-bookable only. Students will not be able to call in to Neuadd Rathbone to arrange an appointment. Please note that although we are a confidential service, we may be obliged by law to pass on students’ contact details if asked to do so for 'Test, Trace, Protect'. Obviously, this will not apply to online appointments.
You can access our online resources on our webpages. We have some additional pages too, about other external sources of help that you may find useful. https://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentservices/onlinementalhealthresources.php.en
Please note that we are not an Emergency Service. If your situation seems really urgent, then you should contact your GP or, if out of hours, contact Accident & Emergency Services at your local hospital.
Please note – During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Counselling Service is offering alternative services; therefore the content of this page may not be up-to-date. Please see our home page for our current services.