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Wellbeing

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Student holding up artwork
© Alys Tomlinson, Emanuela Ogunji working in the Studio, BA (Hons) Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts.

Check out our activities and resources to help you grow, keep healthy and connected with others during the coronavirus outbreak. You can also contact our support services - including counselling, health advice and more.

Check out MindSET

Register with MindSET for free peer-led creative, interactive and practical support for your mental health. This service is available to all UAL students including home, EU and international students.

Self-help videos

Self-compassion

Watch this video to discover more about why we can be so tough on ourselves. Learn an exercise in how to lessen the voices of self-criticism.

How best to manage your moods

Learn more about our changing moods and explore how to navigate changes in mood with wisdom and humour.

Stay social

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    UAL Social events  

    Fancy virtual pilates, online tea and chat or a Netflix party film night?

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    Discover online meditation  

    Help settle your mind during this difficult time with online meditation from UAL's chaplaincy.

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    Alys Tomlinson,
    Get a companion  

    Join the new Arts SU companion scheme, which pairs up compatible students for chat and advice.

Take care of your mental health

Top 5 reading

Podcasts

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Get help and support at UAL

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    Counselling and health

    We provide health and mental health support, as well as advice on faith-related matters.

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    Money and immigration

    Get in touch with our Student Advice Service for guidance on money or immigration matters.

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    Disability and dyslexia

    Support for students who are disabled, dyslexic or have another specific learning difficulty.

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    Arts SU advice service  

    Contact Arts SU for confidential advice on academic issues, housing and more.

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Contact us

Need more advice? Get in touch:

studenthealth@arts.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7514 6251