It’s okay. It’s common to feel this way
You’re not alone in feeling like this. Many people struggle to cope at one point or another and going through a range of emotions during this time is common. You can contact Samaritans any time you like or you might also want to speak to someone else you trust like a family member, your GP or arrange to see a counsellor.
You are never alone
When people are going through a tough time they often experience negative thoughts about themselves and feel they have no-one to turn to.
Even if you don’t have family or friends close by, you are never alone. Samaritans volunteers are here for you every day of the year, round the clock.
Find out more about the services, opportunities and support available to you throughout your time at Queen’s University. Not sure where to ask? Try the Student Guidance Centre.
Mental Health Services
The Belfast Trust provides a range of mental health services in the community, at home and in hospitals.
This section is designed to be a resource for you to find out more about these services, what they offer, where they are and how you can access them. Please click the links below for further information on each of the services