First appointment booking

The Wellbeing Service aims to offer appropriate help as quickly and efficiently as possible. In order to help us to do this we would be grateful if you could complete the online form. Please provide as much information as possible so we can ensure you meet with the appropriate member of the team (Counselling, Mental Health Adviser, or Wellbeing Adviser). A member of the team will contact you within a few days.

Appointments can also be made in person - drop in to our reception area in M136, (first floor of the George Moore Building), or by phone 0141 273 1393, 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

In the meantime you may find our self-help resources useful.

Mitigating Circumstances – The counselling service does not provide evidence for this process. If you require supporting evidence please contact your GP. For further support with the process please contact the Advice Centre in the Students’ Association https://www.gcustudents.co.uk/academics.

Please note that all students who access help through the Wellbeing Service must be registered with a GP. If you are not currently registered with a GP, use this link to find your local practice.

The Wellbeing Service is staffed between 9-5pm Monday-Friday. Please note the Student Wellbeing Service is not an emergency service. If someone you know is expressing thoughts of suicide, self-harm or risk-taking behaviour, and you have a high concern for their safety, advise them to contact their GP and arrange an appointment immediately.

If you think the person may be at immediate risk of harming themselves or someone else (i.e. threatening to take their own life or the life of another person), call the emergency services on 999.

If you are concerned for your own safety or the safety of another student out-of-hours, you can also find emergency contacts here.

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