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 affirmitive 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 persons reaction.
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 Infozone or by emailing the Counselling Service Directly - Lindsey Markwell - Counsellor on L.Markwell2@uos.ac.uk. You can view Lindsey's staff profile here.
The Counselling Service is also available outside of term time.