Guild Wellbeing Counsellor
The Student Assist team now includes a qualified wellbeing Counsellor, available on campus Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays for face-to-face counselling sessions, and Thursdays for online sessions.
Common reasons that students see a Counsellor include feeling anxious, overwhelmed, or feeling like they’re losing control of a situation. If that sounds like you, or if you have any other concerns at all, our Counsellor maybe able to assist you.
Our Counsellor will work with you to set counselling goals that will allow you to focus on your specific areas of concern.
Our Wellbeing Counsellor is trained in assessing and distinguishing ADHD, and has a broad knowledge and perspective on ADHD to help students better understand themselves, as well as implement evidence-based strategies for managing their time and studies.
You can contact Student Assist to make an appointment with the Counsellor.
Other Counselling Services
UWA Student Support Services also has a team of Psychologists available to provide a free, professional and confidential service to students. To access this service, you’ll need to attend a triage appointment. Click here for triage session times and further information on the counselling services.
The Counselling service also facilitates workshop for students on a variety of topics, including overcoming exam anxiety, study skills, and adjusting to Perth and UWA (for international students).
There are many other excellent free or low-cost support services available on and off campus. See our mental health mind map for a list of on campus options.Book an Appointment with the Guild Counsellor