Life can be very challenging for students. Being homesick, feeling overwhelmed, anxious and nervous and apprehensive of new academic life can result in student stress Whether your problems are rooted in practical difficulties such as dealing with accommodation, being away from family, inability to mix socially or issues with your career path, therapy can be a huge help.
Psychotherapy can help student stress by identifying the areas of concern and putting in place effective strategies that will help to cope with the situation.
Whether you are a new student or are struggling with stress later on in your academic life, therapy can help you with many common problems. Here are just a few:
Psychotherapy can be a great help in these and many other situations. If you feel depressed all of the time, hopeless, overwhelmed, unable to sleep or study, drawn towards the use of drugs or alcohol or suicidal then an experienced therapist can help you to recover and regain your love of life and study.
If you would like us to put you in touch with a counsellor that can help you to deal with your student stress, fill in the form below. We will identify a practitioner that is suitable for you and who will be able to assist.