We are committed to the promotion of positive wellbeing and good mental health.
Our dedicated Student Support Team are on hand to provide advice and support prior to your enrolment and during your time at college.
Daily drop-in sessions are provided for students to access a member of the Student Support team face to face. The team provide advice and support on a range of topics, including those relating to safeguarding, health and wellbeing, finance, relationships, accommodation, addiction etc. The team work in partnership with a wide range of specialist local and national organisations and can assist with external referrals where appropriate.
We are able to provide a range of support including signposting to external agencies and looking at most appropriate support within college. This might be pastoral drop in sessions, personal development tutor meetings or attending one of our workshops. The workshops assist in the development of self help strategies and support, including; anxiety, self-esteem, life balance and mindfulness relaxation skills.
Moulton College have signed up to the Association of College's Mental Health Charter
The Student Support Team are based in the College Social Centre and can be contacted via 01604 491131 or email@example.com
Kettering Mind have launched a new Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Service. The free service has been designed to help students whose mental health has been negatively affected during the pandemic. It aims to support individuals find the resilience to cope with issues such as loneliness, academic pressures, organisational skills, coping with anxiety, and managing mental health in general. To do this, the service can provide students with:
- Up to three one-to-one sessions with a mentor
- Online facilitated peer support sessions allowing students to socialise in a safe and confidential setting with others who may be experiencing similar difficulties.
- Mental health and wellbeing workshops to student groups over Zoom - we can deliver workshops to classes if required, please get in touch with me if you wish to arrange this.
What is a Student Assistance Programme (SAP)?
An SAP is a confidential programme designed to help you deal with personal or student-related problems. The problems could be affecting your home life, education, health, and general wellbeing. Health Assured have teamed up with Moulton College to provide this service.
Our SAP service provides a complete support network that offers expert advice and compassionate guidance 24/7, covering a wide range of issues. We strongly believe in providing an SAP service that offers not only reactive support when someone needs it but also proactive and preventative support to deliver the best possible outcomes. That’s why you can call us anytime, anywhere to access in-the moment support from one of our counsellors. Whatever you want to discuss, we are here to listen.
With Health Assured there really is a better way
Balancing everyday life with the requirements of studying and home life can create pressures for all of us. We are here to support you and alleviate everyday pressures or anxiety life can cause. It is vital to create a productive, healthy environment that is conducive to a healthy lifestyle, and we’re here to help.
Health Assured offers cover for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year:
Life support: Access to counselling for problems like anxiety, depression, low mood, relationship issues, sexual and gender identity concerns and exam pressures.
Legal information: For issues that cause anxiety or distress including debt management, consumer, landlord or neighbour disputes.
Bereavement support: Health Assured offers qualified and experienced counsellors who can help with grief plus legal advisors to help with related legal matters.
Medical information: Qualified nurses are on hand to offer support on a range of medical or health-related issues offering practical information and advice.
Helpline services available
Health Assured offers support for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by calling 08000283766 If you’re living in the same household as your partner, they can also access the service too, as well as children (aged 16-24, in full time education).
*Health Assured define immediate family members as spouse/partners and children aged 16 to 24 in full-time education, living in the same household.
Introducing the My Healthy Advantage smartphone app
In addition to the SAP, we are excited to offer you all access to My Healthy Advantage, Health Assured’s comprehensive health and wellbeing app.
Through My Healthy Advantage, you will have access to a range of features, all aimed at improving your health and wellbeing. These include:
Live chat and support
Personalised news feed
Weekly mood tracker
Mini health checks
Unique code: MHA196697
Our app will also give you access to BrightTV - an exclusive series featuring well-known personalities sharing their personal experiences with mental health. Including Dame Kelly Holmes, Ruby Wax OBE, Andy Reid MBE, Sally Gunnell OBE, Gemma Oaten and Carrie & Clarke Carlisle.
In addition to counselling support, advice and our app, we also offer a virtual library of wellbeing information. Our articles and self-help guides provide support on a range of health and advisory issues, as well as instant guidance to aid your physical and mental health.
To access the Wellbeing Portal you will require the below login credentials: