Find out more about video counselling appointments
Video counselling appointments have the same principles as in-person appointments. You and your counsellor meet at an agreed time to discuss your difficulties and together you find ways that you can feel better, think more clearly study better and make other choices in life to help you live better.
Video counselling has shown to be just as effective and helpful as in-person appointments. Instead of an appointment on-campus in person, your counsellor will video call you for your appointment. It is a flexible and secure medium to seek help as you can have sessions in your own home or other private spaces that suit you and your privacy.
Accessing video counselling
Accessing video counselling appointments is a simple process, involving only a few steps. Please note, if you have already booked an appointment and waiting to see a counsellor or you have recently seen one at the service in-person, please attend your appointment and don't register for video appointments.
1. Carefully read the information on this page.
2. Register for video counselling appointments below.
3. Once registered, Counselling and Wellbeing will contact you to discuss your counselling needs and find a suitable time for an appointment.
Appointments are about 50 minutes in length. At times, we will suggest other forms of support, such as on campus in-person appointments if we believe that is a better way to support you.
Register for Video Counselling Appointments
Please complete the registration form for video counselling appointments. We want to make sure this is the most helpful service we can provide you. The counselling and wellbeing service will contact you within two business days to make an appointment for you or discuss other options for support. At times, we may recommend that you will benefit more from other services we provide, such as in-person appointments, email counselling exchanges or counselling messaging. This service is not suitable if you are in urgent need of assistance and if you feel you need more urgent help, please read about our other crisis support options.Your responses are secure and confidential.
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