Inspire Student Hub

Welcome to the Inspire Student Support Hub

The Inspire Student Support Hub provides the right help right now, giving you instant access to a range of information, guidance and screening that is tailored specifically to help care for your individual wellbeing needs.

The hub will help you to create a bespoke wellbeing care-plan, as well as giving guidance on appropriate support and intervention through guided self-assessment.

Innovative tools and resources. The hub comprises a number of resources, including:

  • Guided self-assessment via ‘Chatbot’
  • Self-help programmes and digital intervention tools
  • Searchable ‘5 ways to wellbeing’ map
  • Wellbeing information library and Bibliotherapy

Whether you’re looking for some advice or need a little more direction, visit the hub and start your wellbeing journey today.

Who we are

Inspire Students has a wealth of experience in supporting the needs of students mental wellbeing. Inspire Student Wellbeing is your independent, confidential student counselling service, available to all part-time and full-time students at QUB, UU, NRC, NWRC, SERC, SWC, SRC & BMC. We have been appointed by your college or university for our expertise in providing support for issues affecting student emotional wellbeing.

Counselling is a safe place, away from your daily life, where you are able to talk and begin to explore issues that are causing you difficulty. There is no pressure on students and we are here to listen and help you turn the situation around – counselling is about aiding you to find the answers to improve your own mental wellbeing and keep it healthy as you progress through your student years.

Our services are available to:
Students experiencing difficulties relating to academic or personal problems.
All students – including international, European, part-time and postgraduate.

All counselling is confidential except when an issue arises whereby the individual is in serious danger – in these rare occasions we will discuss any potential break in confidentiality with you.

Student Mental Health Stats

Student Statistics 1 in 4 students report a mental health problem