The Wellbeing team at Goldsmiths are here for you if you need to talk to someone about how you are adapting to life at university or anything you feel you might be struggling with
The Wellbeing Team are available if you need to talk to someone about a number of issues including:
- Feeling homesick and missing your family and friends
- Settling into a new routine, eating and sleeping well
- Feeling lonely
- Finding it hard to understand people around you or information you are given
- Feeling worried or scared about things generally
They are here to listen and/or help you work out a plan to manage any issues that might be affecting your wellbeing and your studies, don’t wait until things get too much - get in touch.
The team operate a daily Wellbeing drop-in service through the Student Centre. Find out times and how to contact them.
Short-term counselling services are available at Goldsmiths and can help if you are experiencing problems with anxiety, depression or emotional difficulties. Talking and thinking collaboratively with a professional counsellor often allows for more clarity and new perspectives, which can lead to viewing and dealing with things differently.
If at any point you feel like you need help while at Goldsmiths you should visit a Wellbeing drop-in for an initial confidential discussion.
If owing to a disability you require additional support or adjustments, including with exams, you should contact the university’s Disability Service. The team there can discuss available options and support with you. At Goldsmiths we have an inclusive approach to disability and it is our job to make provisions to help you.
Find out what support we offer.
You can register with the service by completing the online registration form.
Goldsmiths is proud of its multicultural community and recognises the importance that faith and spirituality play in the lives of many people.
Through our multi-faith chaplaincy service we offer pastoral care – a confidential listening service and spiritual support service to anyone in the university community, irrespective of whether or not you consider yourself to be religious.
The multi-faith chaplaincy represents a range of different faiths. They can also provide a list of advisors who belong to a range of faith traditions. Faith advisors can provide you with information about local resources, meetings and prayer groups for your particular faith tradition.
A multi-faith prayer room is located in RHB room 206.