Counselling is usually short-term and focused on the issues impacting your study and wellbeing. You can access UniSQ counselling services, online, face to face and over the phone. You may be referred to appropriate practitioners off-campus if long-term counselling or specialist services are required.
You may want to use our counselling service and other, useful self-help resources to enhance your wellbeing, and to:
- strengthen social skills and emotional wellbeing
- talk about adjusting to university and being away from home
- balancing your studies and other commitments
- managing stress and exams
- improving your assertiveness or confidence
- enhancing your motivation
- working through relationship and family issues
- managing psychological conditions
- coping with distressing situations or crises
- overcome difficulties, discuss self care and suicide prevention
- gain support around domestic/family violence, and or sexual assault.
If you are unwell and your health is affecting your studies contact your GP to obtain a medical certificate which you will need in order to apply for assignment extensions, deferring exams and/or registering for UniSQ disability support.