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Mental Health Advisory Service

Mental Health Advisory Service

 The Mental Health Advisory Service is a specialist, referral only service for students experiencing significant mental health difficulties.

 The Mental Health Advisory Service is there to offer support, advice and guidance to students experiencing significant mental health difficulties. Mental Health Advisors have core professional training (Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Community Psychiatric Nursing, Psychology) and have significant experience working in NHS secondary care services. Using a recovery model, the team works closely with the University and external mental health services to support students to develop strategies to maximise their University experience. For referral to this service, please speak to your GP, Personal Tutor or Support and Wellbeing Officer. For further information, please email MH-Support@nottingham.ac.uk. The Mental Health Advisory Services operates Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.

 

What you need to know

To use this service you'll need to be referred by a member of University staff, your GP or the NHS.

If you're experiencing a mental health crisis and think you need to see someone more immediately, visit your local GP or A&E department for support. 

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Student Services

University Park
Nottingham
NG7 2RD

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