Student wellbeing Support for students whose personal circumstances are affecting their wellbeing and/or their studies. Wellbeing advisers Meet with a wellbeing adviser for advice and support on personal, emotional or mental health issues. Appointments are via telephone or Microsoft Teams. Wellbeing support Evenings and weekend Email: email@example.com Every night from 6pm-6am Include a phone number for a call back. Out of hours support Disability Support Help with disabilities including dyslexia, mental health, reasonable adjustments, and advice on DSAs. Disability Service Support Counselling Here to help you gain understanding and insight into any difficulties you may be experiencing. Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Here for everybody regardless of whatever your beliefs and practices may or may not be. Sexual violence: Report and Support Report and disclose experiences of sexual violence, harassment and misconduct, and find support. Mental health difficulties How we can help you with short term difficulties or manage a longer term condition. Local services Local healthcare How you can access a doctor/GP near Goldsmiths and get healthcare. Emergency and crisis support Who you can turn to out of hours or at short notice. Other sources of support You can also get help from the Students' Union, local and national groups. Information and advice guides Support for BME students during Covid-19 Starting university life Bereavement and grief Concerned about a friend Finding your voice in groups and seminars Insomnia and sleep problems Loneliness and isolation Stress, anxiety and panic attacks Trans/non-binary student support Read about Goldsmiths' Wellbeing support, including staffing and the number of students using the services. See our standards, values and commitments to the users of Goldsmiths student support services.