Togetherall – mental health and wellbeing resources

January 26th, 2021

To support our commitment to investing in mental health, staff can now access an additional resource to support mental wellbeing provided by Togetherall, alongside our current wellbeing services.

Togetherall provides a safe space for members to engage anonymously with a wide network of people across the world who understand what it’s like to struggle with mental health.

Members can share thoughts and feelings, ask questions and access support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Trained clinicians monitor the environment to ensure compliance with the Togetherall user procedures, designed to protect and support the site users and to guide users in the right direction for remedial support. There are also creative tools to help express how you are feeling and a wide range of self-guided courses to do at your own pace.

Togetherall is the only digital mental health service registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and utilised by the Education sector, Military and the NHS.

How to join

  • Visit Togetherall’s website
  • Click ‘register’
  • Select ‘I’m from a university or college’
  • Register with your academic email address (

Togetherall is available via the app or by visiting Togetherall from a device connected to the internet.

The initial contract is for 12 months and the site is available to be used by both staff and students.

This new resource complements our existing wellbeing services which can be found here and includes links to:

  • The Wellbeing Hub as part of the Employee Hub which summaries our range of services and resources available to staff including Counselling Services.
  • Leadership and Management Academy Wellbeing Resources
  • Our Employee Assistance Programme, a confidential 24/7 on line advice and counselling service, plus free phone service 0808 1682143 operated by Care First
  • Wellbeing related short courses and webinars
  • Our University Counselling Service

In response to concerns in relation to workload, the Workload Review Group is looking into this issue.

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January 28th, 2021 at 5:12 pm

Michael Cole

Is the Togetherall service for both staff and students? As this newsletter: and links within it seems to demonstrate it is for staff only….

January 29th, 2021 at 10:17 am

Cyrus M

Hi Michael. The Togetherall app can be downloaded by both staff and students. The newsletter you are referring to is a newsletter to staff, therefore was written for staff. We also send out an undergraduate newsletter for students which featured the Togetherall app. You can see it on our Communications archive. Thanks.

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