HOW TO MAKE A COUNSELLING APPOINTMENT
You can make an appointment in any one of the following ways:
The Counselling Service and the Student Guidance Centre of Queen’s University is focused on promoting activities and services which help create an environment where students thrive, both academically and personally, to better reach their potential. Therefore, the University recognises the importance of positive mental health as our primary goal is to help ensure students have a positive sense of themselves, feel in control and are able to cope with life’s many challenges.
The Student Mental Health Policy
Queen’s is committed to supporting positive mental health and well-being for all students of the University. The Student Mental Health Policy and associated Guidelines apply to any prospective or current student and relates to decisions and processes relating to the admission of students and provision of services to students including teaching and supervision, assessment and progression, alumni and support services.
The University also has a Disability Policy, which includes mental health disabilities.
As a professional service, we are organisational members of BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and adhere to their Ethical Framework of Good Practice. We are committed to offering a confidential service and are very much aware of the students’ need to be sure that any information which they give us will not be passed on without their permission.
The Counselling Service is also an active member of the Association for University and College Counselling (AUCC).