Your final year may have many ups and downs, and combined with thinking about life after university, you may feel a mixture of excitement, confusion and anxiety.
The Counselling Service is available to students free of charge, on a confidential basis at each of the campuses at the University of Newcastle.
All staff are professionally trained psychologists or social workers and are here to help you clarify and resolve a range of issues, which might otherwise interfere with academic or personal effectiveness. Such issues include - personal and family difficulties, anxiety, depression, bereavement, relationship problems, situational stress, and course-related problems such as examination anxiety, motivation etc. The Service offers both individual counselling and groups.
The counselling service also offers online tips and resources that cover a range of concerns and situations.
If you feel anxious about your exam, assessment, final grades, or entering a new life phase, then make an appointment with a qualified counsellor.