The Student Mental Health Service is a Belfast Trust pilot service delivered in collaboration with @QUBelfast & @UlsterUni. The service compliments university wellbeing services by allowing students to access specialty treatment without barriers.
We provide support for students who have complex mental health needs, giving them professional help when they need it. It is important that those who are struggling get help as soon as possible.
If you are a student who is experiencing emotional difficulties and you are not sure what to do, please speak to your GP or university wellbeing advisor. They will provide advice, support and more information on how to refer to the Student Mental Health Service.
‘Minding Your Head: A Student Guide to Mental Health’ offers lots of practical advice and support for those struggling with their mental health: publichealth.hscni.net/publications/m Visit: mindingyourhead.info and covidwellbeingni.info for a wide range of mental health advice.