University

Clinical, counselling and educational psychologists have previously not had much opportunity to work within university settings, as they used to only work with children and young people aged 5-19. Now that the SEND code of practice (2015) has extended the age range to 25 our team are excited to work in a relatively new setting for us.

Do we accept self-referrals?

We accept self-referrals from university students. Studying at university level is a very different experience to sixth form and college level, and you may find yourself needing more support. The increased demands may lead you to find new challenges which had not been an issue previously. Read about our services and see if you would benefit from a specific assessment, intervention or consultation.

How can you refer to our psychology services?

You can refer to our psychology services by completing a referral form online. If you are concerned about anything or would like to find out more, then please contact us to talk to a member of our team, or to arrange a consultation.

University psychology services

Our psychology services support university students to be happy, safe and ready for life’s challenges



Can universities commission our services?

Universities can commission our services on an individual, group or systemic level. The number of students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) attending university has increased over the past decade, however guidelines for universities to accommodate students with SEND has not expanded much past the Disabled students allowance (DSA).

We believe our service within a university setting would be best suited on an individual and organisational level. There may be students unexpectedly falling behind in a subject which they had previously achieved in, which could suggest an underlying need that should be identified and addressed. On an organisational level our specialist psychologists can provide training or act as a guest lecturer. We can be commissioned by universities and students directly.

Free initial discussion for your post-16 setting

Arrange a free initial discussion to find out how we can benefit your post-16 setting...

  • Free
  • Immediate access
  • No obligation

Get started

Do we work with student unions?

We work with Student Unions following incidents, or in preparation of possible incidents which could happen. Being prepared and having a firm procedure in place minimises negative outcomes. We are available as specialist support in addition to current support received from charities.

How can you commission our services?

To commission our services within a university setting then please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Clinical, counselling and educational psychologists working within a university setting is a new and exciting opportunity to support more students with their learning needs. Working with the university as a commissioned service opens up new possibilities within your setting. If you would like to work with us or have a consultation then please contact us to discuss your needs. If you are interested in commissioning our services on behalf of a university then please book your free initial discussion.


Contact us

Ready to get started? The next step is to speak to our team to find out more about the services we provide and how we can help. Call us on 0161 820 9229 or email office@hsrpsychology.co.uk

Name: *
Phone number: *
Email address: *
Enquiry: *



Join our event mailing list

Be the first to know about HSR Psychology's upcoming events!

Complete the form and we'll keep you informed of all our upcoming events as soon as we know about them!

We promise never to share your details with anyone else.

Name: *
Email address: *

Other pages:

We're registered...