‘Wellbeing’ describes how ‘well’ you feel physically and mentally, how well connected to other people you are, and how purposeful you feel. It is not about feeling happy all the time but more about how able you feel to cope with your life as it is now, with change and with stressful situations. If these things feel in balance you have a sense of ‘wellbeing’.
We are here to support all students whose personal circumstances are affecting their sense of wellbeing and /or their studies. Our service is professional and free. If necessary, we can also advise you on where to find specialist support or assistance.
CFS has a Student Experience Hub via Google Classroom, for all Central Film School Students and Staff. The Wellbeing section is a great way to keep students engaged and informed on all aspects of wellbeing.
If you are experiencing difficulties and you would like to speak to someone professional, you may be able to arrange an appointment with our student counsellor. This service is short term, one-to-one and confidential.
To request an appointment please complete and submit the form in the Student Counselling Section of the Student Experience Hub where you will also find more information about counselling and counsellors.
If you require help with other issues that are affecting your studies or student life the teaching and learning support team are here to either help directly or to point you in the right direction. These issues may include:
We aim to ensure that the appropriate adjustments are in place. To notify us about any disability or long-term condition you might have, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.