Do you have challenges in your day-to-day life?

The Faculty of Social Sciences offers a free counselling service which is available to all students on bachelor or master programs at the faculty. This gives you the opportunity to talk to an experienced student from the clinical psychology program.

Counselling

Should you encounter any challenges, your wellbeing and sense of accomplishment could decrease. This counselling service is not meant as a treatment, but a low-threshold service where you can talk about your challenges, or concerns about plans and wishes for the future. The goal is to increase your sense of accomplishment and wellbeing in everyday life.

You’ll be able to meet your counsellor up to three times. Each session lasts for up to one hour. This service is free of charge.

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Here are some examples of challenges you can talk about:

  • Doubts regarding your choice of study
  • Failed an exam
  • Unexpected pregnancy
  • Lost someone close to you
  • Disputes with friends or family
  • Social challenges

Practical details

During the spring semester 2016 the counselling service is available between February 8, and May 27. You can book an appointment with SV-info in their office or by phone: 22 85 48 46.            

If you have any issues that need immediate attention and that you perceive as severe, you should contact your doctor or SiO Health.

Published Feb. 2, 2016 4:01 PM - Last modified Feb. 2, 2016 4:25 PM