Specialist Mental Health Mentoring
Mental Health Mentoring supports students with a mental health condition and focuses on how it impacts their studies, wellbeing and study-life balance.
£61.99 (excluding VAT) in London
£59.99 (excluding VAT) outside London
UMO’s Mental Health Mentoring supports the student with problem-solving, decision-making and testing out new strategies for coping. It can highlight destructive study patterns, blind spots and difficulties that the student is experiencing in relation to others, their studies and time at university and helps address these issues.
Sessions offer opportunities for reflection and constructive feedback to enhance personal development. This not only benefits the student but also their studies and the relationships they have with their peers and tutors.
Mental Health Mentoring enables the student to establish a private and safe relationship with their mentor who understands the demands of university in the context of their condition, how it impacts the student, and appreciates the resultant psychological difficulties and problems that they may face within the university context. Over time, a supportive and respectful relationship of trust is developed allowing the student to explore issues affecting them at university and to work on overcoming those barriers.