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Mental health support

Mental health support

Our mental health affects how we think and feel and how well we cope with everyday life. Your University experience should be exciting and enjoyable but it's not unusual for students to encounter various forms of stress during their studies.

This stress can range from personal to educational, and while most students are generally able to cope, for some, these experiences can become overwhelming and unmanageable.

There are different types of mental health problems including depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, stress and bipolar disorder. The majority of people who experience a mental health problem do recover and there is support available to help you, if you need it.

All Teesside University students have access to a range of resources to help support and maintain their mental health. If you have a long-term mental health condition, you can access specialist disability support in the form of reasonable adjustments tailored to your individual needs.

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