FAQ 745
I have been recommended mental health mentoring. Who would this be with and what would it involve?

Mental health mentoring is a form of study and personal support which helps students with mental health issues to fully access their course.  

The Mental Health Mentors
are experienced mental health professionals who work as part of the Wellbeing Services Team based at the Reed Mews Wellbeing Centre on the Exeter Campus. 

A Mental Health Mentor would work with you to identify how your mental health is impacting on your daily life including your ability to access your course. 

They will also work with you to develop strategies to help you manage your health and wellbeing more effectively.

For more information, please see our leaflet on "Support for Students Experiencing Mental Health Difficulties".

For more information and to book an appointment please see the Wellbeing Services website or Log an Enquiry on-line with the Student Information Desk (via the SID tile on iExeter).