Student Health Support
The Nurse Health Advisors encourage and support you to responsibly manage your health needs, and provide practical support with your GP registration.
The Nurse Health Advisors offer confidential support and advice on a variety of health-related issues, including sexual health, pregnancy and pregnancy loss. If you have a chronic health condition we can also work with you to create a support plan and ensure students you are safe and supported at University.
If you or anyone you know, has been the victim of a sexual assault you can contact the Nurse Health Advisors for confidential advice and support.
You may also find our ‘Help and support after sexual assault’ booklet useful.
If you don’t feel you can tell us about it directly, please consider using our anonymous reporting page.
Drop-in to speak to a member of the wellbeing team about accessing wellbeing/mental health support. No appointment needed.
|LRC SSW Suite, Bishop Otter Campus
|Health Centre, Bognor Regis Campus
|Monday 2:30pm - 4:00pm
|Thursday 11:30pm - 1pm
|Tuesday 2:30pm - 4:00pm
|Friday 10am - 11:30am
Wellbeing Triage Appointments
Walk and Talk
Come and meet wellbeing advisors for a walk.
Mondays 1pm - 2pm from the LRC SSW Suite, Bishop Otter Campus.
Lunchtime catch up with wellbeing advisors. Hot drink provided.
Thursday 1pm - 2pm, Costa, Bishop Otter Campus
Autism Support Group
Thursday Bishop Otter Campus.
Wednesday Bognor Regis Campus (see wellbeing.chi.ac.uk for times and locations).
Bookable appointments with Bereavement Counsellors. Run jointly with Co-op Bereavement Care for anyone who has experienced grief or loss.
ADHD Support Group
Meeting for those seeking a diagnosis or already diagnosed.
Fortnightly on Wednesdays (see wellbeing.chi.ac.uk for times and locations)
Access support from our trained student peer mentors. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Skills Training Groups
(CALM) Coping and Living Mindfully
An introduction to DBT skills to learn how to regulate emotions and cope with distressing feelings.
6 weeks, Bishop Otter Campus