Counselling and wellbeing

We offer free, professional and confidential counselling to help you feel better, find solutions and make changes

Our counsellors offer understanding, useful tools and new perspectives on personal, relationship, study or work-related problems, which can have a positive impact on mental and emotional health and academic success.

Depression, anxiety and other mental health-related issues are common in Australia, with 45% of people aged 16-85 experiencing them in their lifetime. If you need help, it’s important to talk to someone.

Counselling is about you—you’re in charge, with a counsellor there to provide insight and support.

You can book an appointment online to see one of our counsellors. Alternatively, you can call or drop into a Student Services office on your campus.

Counselling services

Emergency information

Find out who to call and where to go for immediate help in a crisis.

What to expect

Find out more about the benefits of counselling, what to expect when you attend a session and how we can help.

Find out more about Counselling at Griffith

Helpful resources

Check out our array of self-help resources, including videos and audio files designed to help you develop useful strategies, focus, unwind and improve your state of mind.

Hints, tips and links


Check out the latest events on campus

Workshops and training

Explore our training options, which include staff and student workshops and our two-day accredited Mental Health First Aid training course.

Know more about workshops and training

Information for staff

If you’re a staff member supporting students at the University, we have a range of resources to help.

Find out more about information for staff

Seeing a Griffith counsellor

See how talking to a counsellor can help you.

Contact Student Services

Get in contact with Student Services or book an appointment to see how we can help.

Stay connected

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Make an appointment to see a counsellor

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