Student Counselling Service

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, we can help with personal and emotional problems, whether or not they affect your studies. We are open to all students, and our service is free and confidential.

Student Counselling at LSE is an inclusive service. Students can feel comfortable approaching  counsellors regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religious faith.

Students on the high level walkway from the Research Lab (RLAB) on the top floor of the Lionel Robbins Building
You can visit our drop in service or book a consultation with one of our counsellors to talk to us about what is worrying you. Find out more.
Modern blue seating in the break out space, with power and wireless internet access, on the lower ground floor of the newly renovated LSE 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, re- designed by the architectural practice Jestico + Whiles.
We offer groups and workshops to help you cope with a range of issues. Find out more.
Sometimes it's hard to talk to friends or family about things that worry you. Peer supporters are here to listen. Find out more.
The spiral stairwell leading up from the basement of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Online resources with self help strategies and tools that help tackle some of the issues that people bring to counselling. Find out more.


We have moved! 
Our new location is:

Tower 2, Fourth floor.

(Room TW3.4.02)