Wellbeing Hub

The Wellbeing Hub offers activities, events, resources and more to help boost your wellbeing.


Upcoming Events


Extra Support

Sometimes we need extra support or guidance, and that’s okay. Here are some services that King’s and KCLSU provide to support you:

Kking's counselling online

King’s Counselling Online provides free and confidential, brief, solution-focused support for people who are experiencing low to moderate mental health and emotional wellbeing difficulties. This is aimed at helping you quickly access counselling support and experience improved wellbeing. 

The service is available 24/7: During the day from 09:00 - 17:00, but also in the evenings and at the weekends, as well as during King’s College closure days. This may suit you if finding time during weekday hours is difficult.

King’s Counselling Online (KCO) is not a crisis service and if you are worried the difficulties you are experiencing require urgent support, please refer to our article Emergency & crisis support for students for guidance.

You can find out more about KCO here and self-refer to the King's Counselling service here.


An anonymous, free and 24/7 online service providing access to millions with anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues. Use your King's email to login and access the free service.


Student Services Online

Where you can get answers to common question and support topics


You can also view lots of helpful videos from Student Services here.

KCLSU Advice

Free, confidential and impartial academic advice to students with issues affecting their studies


Personal Tutors

Who to contact for questions regarding your academic progress, university experience or general welfare


Mental Health Resources

King’s has created helpful resources to support students experiencing a change in their mental health affected by this period:
-Check here for low mood
-Check here if you are experiencing anxious feelings.


There are also a lot of support services available outside of King’s that you might find helpful:


The charity for mental health has put together ideas and information how to look after your wellbeing


Student Minds

The UK’s student mental health charity has put together this guidance on looking after your mental health and supporting others


Support for those self-isolating

Help available in your local area if you are self-isolating through Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Mental Health and Wellbeing Directory Guide

There are also a lot of support services available outside of King’s that you might find helpful. We have put together a useful guide with resources that will help you. Have a look here.

Check here for a Student Guide to cope during this period by Rethink Mental Illness.

Inspire the Mind have also written a helpful blog with Top Tips for Sustaining Your Mental Wellness.

If you need urgent mental health support now, please go to Crisis Support: Need help now’ guidance

Crisis Support


KCL and KCLSU Joint Initiative


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