There are a number of places to turn to for advice and assistance if you should require it. For more information, and details about other services, explore the links on the left.
The Student Services Centre Advice Team is an excellent first port of call if you're not sure where to turn for help. They will either be able to provide help themselves or signpost you to another service within LSE.
You can either come along during their opening hours, email email@example.com or contact +44(0)20 7955 6167.
The Student Counselling Service is here to support and help you get the most from your time at LSE. As part of the School's Student Wellbeing Service, they can help with personal and emotional problems, whether or not they affect your studies. They are open to all students, and our service is free and confidential.
Visit Making and Appointment for details of how to see a counsellor or Mental Health Advisor. Visit the Student Counselling Service homepage for details of other services that they offer many of which do not require an appointment.
LSE also has a range of Student Advisers who may be able to provide you with support. Information about what they do and how to contact them can be found on the Academic Support Services page.
The LSE Students' Union offer a free, independent and confidential advice service. For more detail visit LSE Students Union Advice and Support Webpages, call +44(0)20 7955 7158 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your query is urgent they also run a drop-in between 11am and 1pm (but try to arrive before 12.30pm) on the 3rd Floor of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.
The Student Counselling Service maintain a list of Support Agencies external to LSE.