Where to get help
If you or someone you are with is in immediate danger or harm, then call the Police or Ambulance Service on 999.
If you need to talk to someone right now about the way you are feeling.
You are never alone at Liverpool John Moores University. There is always a range of support services available that can be targeted towards your particular circumstances. This guide demonstrates the support available and who to contact
If you need an extension to deadline due to personal circumstances please speak to your Module or Programme Leader in the first instance.
As well as services within the University there is a wealth of information online to help support you plus Self-help Support:
Our wellbeing advisors are here to help you with any issues you are having a University that are affecting your wellbeing and/or mental health.
Please contact our wellbeing advisors in the first instance to talk through any issues you have. As well as being able to refer you to our counselling and/or mental health team if appropriate they can also refer/signpost to other services within student advice and wellbeing and the wider University.
The team can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Throughout the year we offer a range of workshops around wellbeing and mental health.
Our Counselling Team offers regular short term counselling sessions to students as well as offering a drop in service. The team can be contacted by emailing email@example.com
Mental Health Team
Our Mental Health Team supports students who are struggling with their mental health.
The team can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org