Pastoral support & mental wellbeing

Welfare and Mental Health Advisers

Our team of expert Welfare and Mental Health Advisers are here to support you throughout your degree and ensure that you are getting help with any mental health issues you may be facing. They can help you if you are struggling with significant stress, worry, anxiety, depression, having difficulty coping, sleeping, eating or suffering with any kind of trauma. They are non-judgemental and keep information as private as possible.

We have two teams dedicated to supporting you. If you would like to get in touch, please email us: wellbeing@gbmc.ac.uk or worthingwelfare@gbmc.ac.uk

Welfare and Mental Health Advisers

Counsellors

We all face difficult experiences in our lives from time to time that may cause us to feel upset or anxious. Counselling provides a safe and confidential space for you to explore personal and emotional issues about any aspect of your life. These issues do not have to be related to college. The counsellor will support you to understand what's going on for you and to look at ways forward.

If you would like to talk to a counsellor here at college, you can contact us directly on counsellors@gbmc.ac.uk or find out more on our counselling service page.

 

 

Counsellors