Mental health support for isolating students

If you're feeling anxious, stressed or lonely while isolating or quarantining, you can access virtual activities and support from LSE.

Get out-of-hours wellbeing and mental health support during School closure

Provided by Spectrum.Life while the School is closed 18 December - 4 January.

  • Freephone: 0808 189 01 03 
  • SMS or WhatsApp: 00353 873690010

Find out more about out-of-hours mental health support

 

Join community activities to connect to others virtually

Browse our activities calendar and get involved, from team games to online cookery classes!

Sign up to community activites

 

Talk to a Peer Supporter and join online group activities

Whether you want some company while you're studying, or to take a break and play some online games or just a space to chat, the student Peer Supporters are here for you over the winter break.

View the Peer Supporter activities calendar 

(Zoom details for joining activities are at the bottom of the document)

Visit the Peer Supporters webpage

Watch: tips from LSE's Mental Health Advisers

LSE's Mental Health Advisers share their tips for supporting mental health during times of isolation LSE's Mental Health Advisers share their tips for supporting mental health during times of isolation
LSE's Mental Health Advisers share their tips for supporting mental health during times of isolation

Read: "What to do if you're a student and it's all getting too much" (NHS blog)

NHS England has published a blog post for students outlining support available to them if things are getting too much during the ongoing pandemic.

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