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Feeling anxious

Find out how you can get help and who you can talk to.

Everyone feels anxious at some point in their life. It’s a normal emotional response to; feeling out of control, under too much pressure (from ourselves, other people or a situation), feeling there is too much too deal with in one go, or after an upsetting situation or trauma.

You might find yourself worrying about things from the past, the future, your current situation,  your relationships, your studies – or even about being anxious! It’s not unusual to have lots of ‘what if..’ thoughts and to fear the worst, but there is a lot of help available at UH.

Self Help

There are also lots of Self Help resources available including:

Studynet

A wide range of resources that we hope you will find useful. 

http://www.anxietybc.com

Learn about and practice effective strategies to manage anxiety

www.mind.org.uk

Help in making choices about treatment, understanding your rights or reaching out to sources of support.

Self-help for Anxiety Management (SAM) mobile app

A really good mobile app the offers a range of self-help methods for helping people manage their anxiety

Need to talk to someone

 

Who can help?

General anxiety, relationship worries and family pressures

Student Wellbeing - Counselling are here to talk things through with and help you find coping strategies

Worried about your studies?

Talk to other students and your Tutor

Don't forget and check online for Exam/revision or Study help

Money Worries

The Student Finance Support team the Students' Union Advice and Support Centre 

Worried about the future?

Student Wellbeing - Counselling and the Careers, Employment and Enterprise Service are here to help you think though your options

 Alternatively, the chaplaincy and the Medical Centre are also available for support and advice.

Contact Us

Medical Centre

Student Wellbeing

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Please call us to make an appointment to discuss your needs. Please do not visit the premises unless asked to do so; due to Covid-19 all queries are being dealt with over telephone and e-consultation.
Medical Centre, College Lane

Counselling

Student Wellbeing

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Student Wellbeing is closed at weekends and during holiday periods.
Student Wellbeing (Counselling), College Lane

The Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy

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You can find us on the hill just above the Elehouse, near the Forum, and on the path up towards the Halls of Residences. You can find more information on our studynet pages http://go.herts.ac.uk/thekey
The Key, College Lane
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The new Multi Faith Space on the de Havilland Campus offers a shared space for those of all faiths and none to take some time out in prayer and reflection or to come and connect with others exploring faith.
The Multi Faith Space, de Havilland, de Havilland

Student Funding and Financial Support

Student Finance

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Offering guidance and support to our Student Loans Company (SLC) funded students.
Hutton Hub, College Lane
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Offering financial support to students, such as the Hardship Fund, Blackbullion and Money Management Workshops
Hutton Hub, College Lane

Advice and Support Centre

Hertfordshire Students' Union

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Careers and Employment

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The Careers and Employment Service is open to all of our current students and graduate for up to four years after their course ends. Our services are currently operating remotely during our normal opening hours. We offer daily video and phone appointments with Careers Advisers. Please find out more by visiting our website: herts.ac.uk/careers.
LB416, College Lane