Student Wellbeing Service

The Student Wellbeing Service is a collection of services dedicated to helping you improve your wellbeing whilst studying at LSE

The Student Wellbeing Service is a collection of services dedicated to helping you improve your wellbeing whilst studying at LSE.

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  • We offer a wide range of support services that help to cultivate student welfare and make sure that your presence in the school is a rewarding and meaningful experience.
  • We want to help you reach your full potential and ensure that you are able to meet the challenges that will come before you, while enjoying your time at LSE.
  • Our services are free, confidential and based on self-referral.
  • From time to time we run Wellbeing Stalls around campus. These coincide with events such as  Time to Talk Day and World Mental Health Day, where we aim to give students the chance to talk about mental health

Disability and Wellbeing Service

The LSE Disability and Wellbeing Service is is the first point of contact for disabled students, both before arrival at LSE and throughout their time here.

They have experts in long term medical/ health conditions, physical disabilities and sensory impairments, mental health and specific learning difficulties (such as Dyslexia).

They can offer Mental Health Advisers,  put in place My Adjustments (MA), help with Central Examination Adjustments and offer Dyslexia and Neurodiversity Services.

  • The Disability and Wellbeing Service are located on the 4th floor of Pethick-Lawrence House (PEL) which you can only access from Fawcett House (FAW).
  • They can be contacted by email at

Student Counselling Service

The Student Counselling Service is a free and confidential service for all students.

They offer one to one appointments and drop in sessions.

They also offer group based support and workshops on issues such as stress management, looking after yourself, building confidence and self esteem, procrastination and perfectionism. Workshops are free and you can attend without booking. You can access all of the power point slides from these sessions online. 

The team also produce a wealth of self-help materials. 

  • The Student Counselling Service are located on the 4th Floor of Pethick Lawrence House (PEL) which you can only access from Fawcett House (FAW).
  • We can be contacted by email at
  • You can download a leaflet about our services

Peer Support

The Peer Support Scheme enables students to talk confidentially to a fellow student about anything that is troubling them.

They provide student-led, confidential assistance to all LSE students. They offer a space to be heard, emotional support and reassurance. 

Located in halls of residence and on campus, the Peer Supporters are a group of specially selected and trained students who help their peers to find their own solutions.

Other sources of help at LSE

Outside of the Student Wellbeing Service there are lots of other sources of help.

  • Academic Support Services for more information about support at School and Departmental Level.
  • LSESU Advice Centre for free independent support from your student union.
  • Student Services Centre who are a good first point of contact for administrative issues or if you do not know where to go
  • LSE Careers is the first point of information for all things career related. In the Autumn and Winter Terms, they host a series of Career In:Sight events that address the emotional aspects of career search.
  • Financial Support Office offers advice and guidance on scholarships, studentships, prizes and awards, with a daily drop in session running on Mondays to Fridays.
  • Residential Services offer 24 hour support in all LSE residences and runs a series of hall-based events across the year, including yoga classes, a Chinese New Year party and stressbusting activities during exams.
  • Faith Centre welcomes students of all faiths and none. It is the home to LSE's diverse religious activities and its interfaith programme, as well as providing a reflective space.

Sources of help outside LSE

Visit our External Resources page for more information about sources of help in London.

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Contact us


Student Counselling Service Telephone +44 (0) 20 7852 3627

Disability and Wellbeing Service Telephone +44 (0) 20 7955 7767


Student Counselling Service Email

Disability and Wellbeing Service Email

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Student Wellbeing Service, 4th Floor, Pethick-Lawrence House (PEL), Clement's Inn, London, WC2A 2AZ

(Please use the Fawcett House entrance and take the lift to the 4th Floor. Turn right when you exit the lift and you’ll see our department.)