What to do in a crisis
Everyone has a right to feel safe
It's on all of us to make sure our campus communities are a respectful environment where assault, harassment and disrespectful behaviours are not tolerated. If you have a concern about sexual assault or harassment at Griffith, you can find more information and report incidents via the Safe Campuses website below.
Mental Health Support
Not sure Counselling is for you?
Learn more about what happens during a counselling session, the wide range of counselling options on offer, or explore self-help resources.
If you would prefer to simply speak to someone, Pastoral Care can support you on your life journey. Chaplains are equipped to listen to you and direct you to the appropriate services, or help you themselves. They can assist you with spiritual or religious concerns if you wish, however they will only talk about these matters if you talk about them.
First Steps Triage Counselling Service
First Steps provides short-term triage counselling support, where trained intern counsellors listen to your concerns, help you clarify key issues and assist you in identifying and strengthening your resources, and accessing the right services to support you in the short and long-term.
General Health and Medical Support
Healthy living guidance
If you'd like to discover how you can live healthier, our Healthy Living resource page can give you the tools necessary to improve your lifestyle through sleep, exercise, practicing calmness, and diet.
Need help with study, a hand with referencing or understanding assessment criteria? The educational wellbeing page can connect you with a wide range of study support services and resources at Griffith.
If you require information regarding financial support, want to learn more about Griffith's commitment to student diversity and inclusion, or would like to submit a complaint or grievance, visit the feeling safe, stable and secure page.