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Big White Wall

King’s College London now offer an online support service called Big White Wall that you can use at any time of the day or night.

It’s a safe and anonymous online space you can go to if you’re feeling down, struggling to cope or just want to talk to people who understand what you’re going through.

What can I do on Big White Wall?

  • Get things off your chest, and share with people experiencing similar issues to you
  • Express how you’re feeling with words and images
  • Learn practical skills to help you cope better
  • Take self-assessments and monitor your progress
  • Join group courses on topics such as stress, problem solving and negative thinking


How can I join Big White Wall?

Big White Wall has already helped more than 45,000 people in the UK, and is now available free for King’s University students. You can access the service for free by going to using your King’s (k number) university email address – once you’ve signed up you’ll pick an anonymous username.

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Anonymous service

Big White Wall is a safe and anonymous space online for you to share what’s troubling you. Nobody need know you’re getting support as you pick an anonymous username to be known by.

It’s completely separate from the university.

You can use the service whenever you need it from any device with an internet connection.

The service allows you to get support, take control and feel better.

24/7 access

You can access support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with Big White Wall.

Whether you want to speak to peers or a counsellor, there will be someone there every minute of every day. You can join a supportive online community that’s totally anonymous, take part in a group course and take self-assessments.

Big White Wall is a great source of support outside of normal office hours and means you can get support when our services are closed, including evenings, weekends and outside of term.

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