Online Counselling

History

The Online Counselling Service at UON is funded by the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). Our role is to be able to provide students with access to counselling and advice regarding their health and well-being whilst they are a student at UON.

Whilst traditionally counselling has been accessed face-to-face on campus, there is a growing need for alternative sources of access and we use the founding to provide a range of services as well as ensuring students can access support in a variety of ways.

 

What we offer

At UON we are trying to reach out in a number of ways.

The Blog

Here you find find short articles on subjects relevant to student wellbeing and study performance.

The Drop-In

Drop-in sessions (via Skype messaging) that allow students to talk to a counsellor with no appointment.

Individual Online Sessions

Individual counselling sessions online through either Skype, BlackBoard Collaborate Ultra or e-mail.

Self-directed and Clinically assisted Programs

UON eCliPSE is a free site available to all students at UON that can help students to access clinically proven online programs to tackle issues such as depression, anxiety and drug and alcohol use.

 

 Who we are ?

If you would like to know a little more about us then feel free to check out our profiles;

Helen

Emma

Richard

The material or views expressed on this Blog are those of the author and do not represent those of the University.  Please report any offensive or improper use of this Blog to RPS@newcastle.edu.au.
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