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Counselling & Mental Health Support


The Counselling & Mental Health Support Team runs a number of groups for students and some for staff. These take place throughout the academic year and cover a variety of themes and topics. We run long term therapy groups as well as short term focused groups and workshops.

Long-Term Groups 

The Counselling & Mental Health Support Team will be running five (5) long-term groups during this academic year, 2018-19. These therapy groups are led by experienced Group Analysts.


Younger Student Groups (18-25)
Older Student Groups (25+)
Postgraduate Group
Bereavement Group

Exploring Relationships/ Sexuality

Short-Term Groups - run termly

The Counselling & Mental Health Support Team will be running a number of groups over the academic year. You can join a group by registering online or emailing


  • International and Cross Cultural
  • Overcoming Stress and  Low mood  
  • Post Grad Anxiety

Mindfulness Group 2019

  • Location  in Bush House (level 3), on Tuesday mornings (9.30am-11.30am) from 12th November until 10th December
  • Apply through C&MHT here ( link to application form)
  • Students must be available to attend each week, and committed to doing the daily “homework” practices between sessions
  • For information on mindfulness, take a look at this website (developed by the Oxford Mindfulness Centre):

Workshops - run termly

Current workshops:

  • The workshops are short-term and structured. They are psycho educational and some are led from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) perspective. The workshops are open to between 6 and 20 participants at a time.
  • Workshops can be interactive, so please be prepared to participate (asking questions, doing the exercises, making sense of how the information might apply to you), however, they are not therapeutic groups, and you will not be expected to share anything too personal with others in the workshops.
  • Workshops range from a single session to a workshop series, attending all sessions in a series is advisable as they relate to one another.


  • Anxiety 
  • Exam Anxiety   
  • Food, Mood and Body Image -  
  • LGBT*- Gender and sexual diversity
  • Managing emotions and dealing with distress
  • Mindfulness
  • Men & Mental Health
  • Procrastination

To register interest and sign up for any of these short term groups or workshops please apply online here and state what group or workshop you would like to join: 


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