The following self-help resources are available online or can be collected from the Counselling Service on the ground floor of the Horace Lamb Building.
Managing Stress and being a Successful Student- a certain amount of stress is an inevitable and a useful part of studying. However, if students are too stressed, they cannot study effectively.
The Perfect Procrastinator - Procrastination is not just a simple problem of time management. How can you avoid it?
Effortless Exams - Managing Exam Stress - Test-taking anxiety or stress is very common among university students, so how do you manage it?
Time Management - Managing our use of time is a skill that can also be learned and developed in order to promote balance in our lives.
Study Tips for succeeding at University - Starting University is often accompanied by many lifestyle changes. So how can you change the way you study to make the most of it?
Getting back on the study track - Sometimes students find that the focus of their lives has shifted away from study and that they have fallen behind and want to refocus. Here are 10 simple tips to help get back on track with study.
Sleep - improve it! - Rest and sleep can be achieved and organised in many ways.
Anxiety and Panic Attacks - anxiety can interfere with every day life, making life less enjoyable. The good news is that there are a number of ways of getting over such anxiety so it stops being a problem.
Coping with Depression - Depression can have a significant impact on your life. If you are feeling overwhelmed, or are thinking about hurting yourself, it is important to seek help.
Increasing your ZZZ's - Like exercise and good nutrition, adequate sleep is essential to health and peak performance.
Coping with traumatic incidents - Most people involved in a traumatic incident experience some kind of emotional reaction. Although each person’s experience is different, there are many common responses that you may experience.
Coping with grief and loss - Grief is a human response to significant personal change or loss. Despite being natural this does not mean that grief is easy to cope with.