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Disability and Mental Health Services are still available however staff are currently working from home. If you have a general query, please email studentlife@tees.ac.uk. If you already have a named adviser, please contact them directly using email. Staff do not currently have access to telephone.

If you need access to mental health services urgently or outside of office hours, please use the link below for self-help information and emergency contact information.

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If you are experiencing extreme hardship we may be able to help. Please contact us by email at studentlife@tees.ac.uk

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Link to Q&A: Faith and Reflection .

Q&A: Faith and Reflection

Our university is home to students from many different cultures and to people of all faiths and none. We spoke to Emma Davisworth, our Co-ordinating Faith Adviser, to find out more about the Faith and Reflection service and what support they can offer students.

17 Sep 2020

Elizabeth James, Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. Link to Doctoral student highly commended in prestigious psychology awards.

Doctoral student highly commended in prestigious psychology awards

A Teesside University doctoral student has been highly commended by the prestigious Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group of the British Psychological Society.

17 Aug 2020

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