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Free counselling is available term time for all Cardiff Met students. It is offered via an appointment system to all current students.  Counselling offers a safe, supportive and confidential environment, where you can talk over any difficult issues in your life. This can lead to increased self-awareness and help you to move on in a productive and positive way.  These are some of the most common issues resulting in students contacting us:

  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement
  • Sexual Identity​
  • Panic attacks
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Relationships
  • Experience of violence or physical abuse
  • Study difficulties
  • Sexual abuse
  • concentration
  • Homesickness
  • Problems with food, alcohol or drugs
  • Lack of self confidence

How to make an appointment

If you would like to make a counselling appointment please complete our online request form.  You will be able to self book an Initial Counselling Assessment either at Llandaff or Cyncoed campus.

The counselling service is available term time only, therefore any submitted forms will only be reviewed  during term time.  If you require any urgent advice please call 029 20416170 or see useful links for support. 

In addition to our useful links, Cardiff Met also has a  Mental Health Advisor available term times and during the holiday period, for advice or to book an appointment with the Advisor please call on 029 20416170.

To request counselling please fill out the Counselling Support Request Form here:


Not counselling you require?

If you feel counselling sessions are not relevant to your circumstances you may require advice/support from a different part of student services, please see below for services: