Regent's College Student Counselling Service
Regent's College Counselling Service is a free, confidential service available to all staff and students.
Counselling is a talking and listening process that helps you to focus on and understand the concerns that are troubling you. Some of the issues brought to the Service include: anxiety, depression, family concerns, bereavement, work and study related problems, worries about drugs/alcohol, sexual concerns, eating difficulties etc.
By talking through your problems with a counsellor, you may deepen your understanding of what is happening in your life. You will be encouraged and helped to explore feelings, thinking and behaviour where you may be feeling ‘stuck’. Through this process you should be able to develop different and more helpful coping strategies.
Counselling is non-judgemental and your values, choices and life style will be respected in a non-critical way.
All client information is treated as confidential, so you may feel comfortable and at ease in sharing your personal issues.
Access to Inner Circle
Access to counselling rooms (in Herringham basement) is by stairs and lift. The lift can be accessed via the Library.
Please contact us for an appointment if you feel we may be able to help you, on 020 7487 7555