Counselling offers a safe, supportive and confidential environment, where you can talk over any issues you are experiencing.
Counselling can also help you challenge your unhelpful thinking patterns, and focus on ways to be more effective, helping you make different and more helpful choices.
Counselling can help you manage your difficulties, by raising your self-awareness. This will help you understand how to manage your issues more effectively in the future.
If you decide to access counselling, we will let you know if counselling will be helpful for your particular difficulty. If counselling isn’t going to be helpful, we can point you in the right direction to get the support you need.
Request an appointment
To get started, complete our
Disability, Wellbeing and Counselling form.
The purpose of this form is to ensure that we fully understand the issues you are experiencing and how these are affecting your studies.
It will take you around 20 minutes to complete so if this is not accessible for you for any reason please request support by contacting us or
attending the drop-in service
Cardiff Metropolitan University Counselling service is an organizational member of the
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and we adhere to its
Ethical Framework for Counsellors.