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A guide to therapeutic books and resources we have in the library, selected by the University's Student Counselling Service.
Last Updated: Mar 7, 2017 URL: http://guides.lib.strath.ac.uk/wellbeing Print Guide RSS Updates

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Wellbeing collection

Research shows that evidence based self-help materials, particularly in combination with a small input from specialist support services, can be very effective in improving Mental Health and wellbeing.

Student Counselling has worked together with the Library to bring a range of ebooks and books to students and staff of the University. The titles have been chosen to cover a range of topics and also to support the Universities very popular Mindfulness courses.

Student Counselling offers individual counselling and the counsellors will be also be happy to support you with choosing titles or working through the materials. Self-help books can help you understand yourself and others better. With motivation and support they can even help you address major life difficulties. 

 

Counselling online resources

View a selected range of online resources at  Student Counselling Self-Help

 

Programmes available within the University

Hypnotherapy

For more information on hypnotherapy available in the University http://www.strath.ac.uk/studentcounselling/hypnorelax/

 

Mindfulness

Mindfulness programme available to students of the University http://www.strath.ac.uk/disabilityservice/mindfulnessprogramme/

 

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Student Counselling

Student Counselling website

Phone to book an appointment 0141 548 3510,

or email  student-counselling@strath.ac.uk 

You can also call into Room 4.41, Graham Hills Building, 50 George St.

 

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