One to one support sessions

with the Disability and Wellbeing Service

One to one sessions are there to support you

PLEASE NOTE AS OF 17 MARCH 2020 all appointments will take place online. Please contact us asap to make arrangements if these are not yet in place. The process described below and elsewhere on the website will be revised asap to set out new arrangements for student support.

One of the key ways in which we support you is through one to one support sessions.

How the sessions work and what they will be very individual to you, this page will give you a brief overview of what to expect. 

Specific Learning Difficulties and Neurodiversity

One to one sessions are available with advisors from the Disability and Wellbeing Service. These sessions are confidential.

What we will do

The sessions are multi-sensory and we aim to make them as revelant as possible by working on your current work and concerns. It may be very different to what you may have experienced at school - they're not extra teaching. We will help you to develop practical strategies and increased your efficient and confidence. 

What you need to do

Make sure you bring along current work so that we can make the session relevant. 

How long

The sessions are normally one hour long. In most cases the sessions take place once a week. The number of sessions varies case by case. We can offer ad-hoc sessions but availability may be limited.

How to book

Contact the Disability and Wellbeing Service to book sessions. 


LSE LIFE can also offer study sessions on quantitative and qualitative subjects. These are not specialist sessions and are available to all students.

Mental Health

You  can arrange a confidential meeting with a specialist Mental Health Adviser within the Disability and Wellbeing Service to develop  effective study strategies  for

  • reading
  • writing
  • time managament
  • organisation and prioritisation
  • preparing and revising for exams
  • using assistive technology

It is your responsibility to bring current work to the session. The focus will be helping you to find ways to manage your difficulties and become more efficient and effective as a learner. 

Whichever type of session you use, please make sure that you:

  • arrive on time
  • cancel if you can't make a session.
  • commit to practise and develop the strategies outside of the sessions. 


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Contact us


Telephone +44 (0)20 7955 7567

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Disability and Wellbeing Service, Third floor, Fawcett House (FAW), Clements Inn, London, WC2A 2AZ