January 7th, 2020
The University of Nottingham’s Counselling Service (UCS) has been awarded accreditation from the leading national professional body of specialists, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
The accreditation shows that the service offers an accountable, ethical, professional and responsive service to clients, staff, volunteers and stakeholders.
In the report awarding the accreditation, the independent assessor noted that UCS “clearly offers an important and quality counselling service to students”, stating how well organised the service is and applauding the work of the team.
UCS provides staff and students with free and confidential psychological support for any personal, emotional or mental health problems.
Our professional counsellors also offer guidance and advice to staff who may be concerned about a student or colleague as well as a number of training courses to help people work with students and colleagues in a positive way.
The Counselling Service is located in the Orchards Building, next to the Teaching and Learning building on University Park campus and can be accessed from Monday to Friday, 9am-12.30pm and 2pm-4.30pm.
A limited service also operates at Sutton Bonington Campus, Jubilee Campus and Derby Campus – please contact the team for further details.
Find out more about accessing University Counselling Services or get in touch with the team on 0115 951 3695.
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