We hope that you feel comfortable that you can discuss any topic during Advice and Feedback hours; however in some cases - for example personal matters that may affect your individual progress in your studies - it may be more appropriate to consult with your academic adviser (if you are an MSc students, this will be your Programme Director) since they may need to be kept informed of such matters anyway.
Although academic staff are always happy to help you with careers advice where they can, you will be able to obtain more detailed, targeted advice from LSE Careers. You can book a careers or CV discussion via LSE CareerHub from 9.30 on the day you would like the appointment. Please also look out for regular communications from both the departmental administration team, as well as LSE Careers for other careers events.
Similarly, while you are always welcome to speak academic staff about personal issues, for more serious issues (for example mental health concerns), it may be appropriate for you to get more specialised help. The LSE Student Counselling Service allows you to either book an appointment in advance or alternatively they also run 20 minute drop-in sessions on a daily basis. Please be aware however that they are not an emergency service, and if you feel that your situation is a crisis or emergency then please contact your GP or the nearest Accident and Emergency. You can find information here