Independent, impartial and professional counselling is available to all University of Suffolk students. This support is confidential, enabling you to discuss any problems you may have.
The University of Suffolk Counselling Service offers impartial and confidential counselling that is helpful for a range of feelings and issues, including:
- exam anxiety
- sexual, physical or emotional abuse
- relationship problems
- sexuality and affirmative LGBT+
- feeling a need to make important changes in their lives
These feelings can be caused by a wide range of situations, like the death of a loved one, not getting on with a family member or partner, problems in education or in work. You may feel that you would prefer not to speak to family or friends for a range of reasons perhaps so as not to burden them. To get a different perspective or to have a space where you do not need to worry about the other person's reaction.
Read more on what counselling involves.
The Counselling Service at University of Suffolk, Ipswich is situated in the Waterfront Building. The location provides a quiet, relaxed and confidential atmosphere whilst still allowing for easy accessibility.
You can access the Ipswich Counselling Service via the Student Life team or by emailing the Counselling Service Directly - Emma Youngs - Student Counsellor on E.Youngs2@UOS.AC.UK
You can access counselling at University of Suffolk at Great Yarmouth College by contacting 01493 419290 or email.
You can access counselling at University of Suffolk at West Suffolk College by contacting 01284 701301 or email.
You can access counselling at University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College by contacting 01502 583521 or make an enquiry via the website
You can freely access support to help with financial, personal or welfare problems at University of Suffolk at Suffolk New College by contacting our Student Support Team on 01473 382738 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Counselling Service is also available outside of term time.