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24/7 online mental health support

Mobile phone showing Togetherall mental health support platform
  • Written byElla Joyce
  • Published date08 October 2021
Mobile phone showing Togetherall mental health support platform

All UAL students can now access Togetherall, a digital mental health support service.

Togetherall is a safe place for you to share what’s on your mind and get support with your mental health and wellbeing.

The service is online, completely anonymous and moderated by trained professionals. It’s available 24/7 so you can access it at a time that suits you, from the comfort of home.

You can speak to others in a one-to-one chat or through a community group. There are also online self-help courses exploring anxiety, sleep, depression, problem solving, assertiveness and more.

Join a course at any time and take as many as you like. Each course has worksheets, a goal-setter, a journal and a community space where group members can support one another, exchange tips and discuss topics relevant to the course.

You can complete self-assessments to help you understand more about yourself and how you are feeling, set goals and track your progress.

Visit Togetherall.com and select 'Register' to gain access with your UAL email address. When you join as a new member you will be asked to create a username which does not identify you, so you will be completely anonymous.

Join an online World Mental Health Day webinar at 11am on Monday 11 October to find out more about Togetherall and how you can use the service.

You can still get in touch with our regular support services to help you to look after yourself and succeed while you are studying at UAL. Togetherall complements our existing help and support, including counselling, health advice and more.

Togetherall is not a crisis service. If you need help urgently, find out about available helplines and emergency support.