Find out how you can help Havering Mind
Welcome to our Student Life self-help page. In this section, we explore how mental health and student life can sometimes conflict and we look at ways of coping and where you can go for support.
Life as a student can be an incredibly enjoyable and exciting period of your life, but if you have a mental or emotional health problem, it can be a challenging one too. Problems you may experience can range from difficulties interacting with people, to coping with living away from your parents, or balancing the demands of studying with other commitments. On a positive note, there is a lot you can do to make your time as a student easier and more enjoyable
Explore the ‘How to Cope with Student Life’ booklet by clicking the image below
So what do other people say about surviving student life with mental health problems?
Overview: A leading student mental health
organisation which offers advice, support and signposting
Students Against Depression
Overview: Offers information and advice
for students experiencing depression.
Overview: Free, confidential telephone
helpline offering advice and support to anyone who has experiences mental or
Telephone: 01274 594 594
Opening Hours: 12pm-9pm 365 days per year
Telephone: 116 123
Opening Hours: 24 hours per day, 365 days per year
NHS Choices – Student Mental Health
Overview: Information on student mental
"Student Life | Mind, The Mental Health Charity - Help For Mental Health Problems". Mind.org.uk. N.p., 2016. Web. 10 Oct. 2016