Mental Health Mentoring provides support to students with mental health problems that impact upon their ability to study, usually at further education or higher education level, be it at a local institution or by distance learning. Input is practical and tailored to individuals’ needs, offering a range of coping strategies and study skills to help students maximise their potential and fulfil their goals. This service offers specialist one-to-one support that aims to increase understanding about your mental health, promote self-management skills, and provide a practical study skills framework. It is a coaching and mentoring model that utilises Cognitive Behavioural Therapy interventions, rather than a specific treatment for mental illness; you are advised to seek medical assessment and/or treatment in the first instance if your symptoms are significantly impacting upon your well-being. Please contact your GP if your mental health significantly deteriorates. To discuss your needs, funding options, and how this service might help you, please contact us to arrange a free initial consultation by telephone.