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A video guide to the  University Counselling Service

A video guide to the University Counselling Service

21 July 2020

In this video, Jacquie, one of our Counsellors, gives an introduction to the support you can receive at the University Counselling Service (UCS)


Read more at: Vodcast: Showing yourself kindness through self-care
Vodcast: Showing yourself kindness through self-care

Vodcast: Showing yourself kindness through self-care

20 May 2020

A vodcast where Amy Thompson (Sexual Assault and Harassment Advisor) and Ashleigh St. Louis (Mental Health Advisor), from the University Counselling Service, talk about the importance of self-care and strategies to incorporate this form of self-kindness into your daily routine.


Read more at: Vodcast: Showing yourself kindness through self-care

Vodcast: Showing yourself kindness through self-care

20 May 2020

A vodcast where Amy Thompson (Sexual Assault and Harassment Advisor) and Ashleigh St. Louis (Mental Health Advisor), from the University Counselling Service, talk about the importance of self-care and strategies to incorporate this form of self-kindness into your daily routine.


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COVID-19 Changes to Counselling Provision

19 March 2020

COVID-19: Changes to Counselling Provision at UCS We are offering remote appointments for students both in the UK and abroad via zoom.us (audio or video to suit your preferred option). These appointments we will be focussed on assessing your needs and offering support and advice on how to cope with and manage your current...


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closure

11 December 2019

UPCOMING CENTRE CLOSURE DATE The UCS will be closed from 12.30 today, Wednesday 11th December, and will reopen tomorrow, Thursday 12th December at 8.30am


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Prioritised appointments for those affected by the London Bridge attack

2 December 2019

The University Counselling Service will give priority appointments to anyone affected by the London Bridge attack. We are offering drop in appointments both here and in all the College-Based Counselling Colleges. Please contact Reception for further information: Telephone: 01223 332865 Email: counsellingreception@admin.cam...


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Easter closure dates

28 March 2018

Closure dates