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Register for Mental Health Advice

The first step to accessing Mental Health Advice is to complete our registration form by clicking on the button below.  

These forms capture basic information about you, the issues you are struggling with, and the support you are looking for. This includes a questionnaire that helps us gauge the impact your issues are having on your wellbeing.

Once we receive your completed form, we will contact you with an appointment within 2 working days. 

If you need support completing this form, please call 01274 235 750 and a member of the MyBradford Team will help you. 

If you require a more immediate response, please email or call 01275 235 750 and your details will be forwarded to a member of the Counselling and Mental Health Service.   

If you are in a crisis situation, please visit our Help in a Crisis page

The Service provides a safe space where feelings are validated & the opportunities are given to look at issues from different perspectives in order to find resolution. I found the Service very supportive & helpful.


Our Mental Health Advisers can support all students of the University of Bradford who have a diagnosed mental health condition (subject to appropriate medical evidence).

If you do not have a diagnosis, are worried about your mental health, or have noticed changes in your mental health there is also support we can offer.  

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How Mental Health Advisors Can Help

  • Confidential advice, practical support and guidance relating to your mental health and the management of your studies
  • Help with accessing support services within the University of Bradford and externally, for example your GP
  • Liaising with academic staff, with your consent
  • The management of reasonable course adjustments and exam arrangements
  • Support with accessing Disabled Students Allowance funding, if eligible, and subject to appropriate medical evidence
  • Access to study coach support, if eligible, and subject to appropriate medical evidence
  • Transition planning, both to and from university


We are offering a blend of virtual, email and face-to-face appointments.

Coronavirus safety

For the safety of our students and staff the majority of our appointments will be by telephone, video, or email. Face-to-face appointments will be limited.

If attending a face-to-face appointment please:

  • wear a face covering if possible
  • use the hand sanitiser at the entrance to the Service and maintain socially distant guidelines where possible
  • if you feel unwell please do not attend. Contact us as soon as possible by emailing

Intake appointment (up to 60 minutes)

  • Get immediate practical strategies/resources
  • Help accessing DSA funding
  • Help with reasonable adjustments and exam arrangements
  • Discuss how you want the Mental Health Advisers to help you

Follow-up appointments (up to 30 minutes)

Where appropriate you may be offered a follow-up appointment.

Contact details:

For enquiries, contact MyBradford help desk at Student Central, Level 0

For appointments visit Counselling and Mental Health Service, Student Central, Level 01


Disability can mean different things to different people. Even if you don't think of yourself as a disabled person you may be entitled to additional support in relation to:

  • specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia
  • autism
  • a long term health condition
  • a physical or sensory impairment

If you think any of these apply to you please contact the Disability Service