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A quick tour of the SCC. What do we provide? 1 The opportunity for students to help understand, work through and manage their problems 2 Support through.

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1 A quick tour of the SCC

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3 What do we provide? 1 The opportunity for students to help understand, work through and manage their problems 2 Support through the difficult times Skills development 3 Facilitate referrals where appropriate CMHT

4 How do we do this? 1 Extensive web-based self help Referral to MP3s, library books 2 Therapeutic Consultations Counselling Contract 3 Groups, including meditation Workshops – life skills development Lifestyle and Wellbeing programme referral

5 Pathway through the service Then Referred to self-help etcCounselling contract (4 session) Attends Therapeutic Consultation NFA/FUReferred for counselling Student completes on-line self-referral form (BOS) Offered a 60 min Therapeutic ConsultationNFA

6 After a TC… Possible interventions we will use with students: Online self-help or MP3s (from our website) Headstart cards SCC groups/workshops EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reduction) Lifestyle and Wellbeing Programme Referrals to other Support Services (eg SSO/tutor SMHA Referral to NHS (GP, IAPT, Psychiatric services)

7 Or a 4 session counselling contract

8 Service Use in 11/12

9 In (other) words … BOS forms received:1611 Number of people seen as clients1302 TC/TC+ FU: 48%, TC + Cllg: 52% Drop In 213 Workshop attendances 155 Clients attending groups 285

10 What were the five main presenting issues in 11/12? 1.Relationships (family) 52% 2.Anxiety 43% 3.Academic 30.1% 4.Depression 29.9% 5.Self-esteem 27.7%

11 Does it work? 11/12 CORE 10 scores Average pre-intervention score: 18.6 Average post-intervention score: 9.38 Average improvement: 9.22 Clinical cut off = 12 reliable change = 6 or above

12 SCC service use compared with University population

13 What the students say … I really appreciated the confidentiality and privacy with which everything was dealt with. The staff that dealt with me were professional and understanding, but not patronising or overly- sympathetic, which helped me to feel comfortable about discussing difficult issues. Even though I decided not to go back for further sessions, I felt that my one therapeutic consultation gave me the outlet I needed to just talk to someone. I was pleasantly surprised to see that just having two sessions made a lot of difference in handling my issues

14 In addition… We are involved in training and support for staff Developing and delivering training in faculties in collaboration with SDDU and The mental health Advisor Developing and facilitating Reflective Practice Groups for Student support Staff Providing training and consultative support for LUU groups eg Nightline and LGBT Consultative support for academic and support staff Response to Student deaths and sudden crises


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