Time 4 U – FAQ’s

Time 4 U FAQ

Every student is different but some of the issues that students bring to counselling include:

Academic Concerns
Abuse (emotional, physical, mental, sexual)
Anxiety
Bereavement
Depression
Homesickness
Mental Health
Personal or Family Illness
Pregnancy
Relationship Difficulties
Self harm
Sexual Identity
Suicidal Thoughts

Counsellors are based across all three campuses. Appointments are available during college hours Monday – Friday. 

Anything you discuss with your counsellor is confidential unless it is assessed that you are at risk of harming yourself or others, or a law has been or will be broken and when disclosure of information is required by law, for example on issues relating to child protection or information about acts of terrorism.

The number of counselling sessions will depend on your needs. During your first session we will discuss what has brought you to counselling and agree what you would like to work on. We will review progress at regular intervals to ensure you are getting what you need from counselling.

“It was good to have time to sit with you and work out my own solutions, move on and, yes, even pass.”

“It was unbelievable, even at my age, to achieve what I have. The course lecturers gave me the knowledge and you gave me the emotional support and encouragement when things got tough.”