Counselling

Free and confidential counselling is available on campus for all currently enrolled ANU students, including ANU College students. There are also group programs for common issues, public seminars, and a peer support walking program.

Appointments

Making an appointment

All currently enrolled ANU students (including those enrolled at ANU College) are eligible to attend this free service for up to six sessions a...
Our counsellors

Our counsellors

The Student Counsellors of the ANU Counselling Centre are Clinical Psychologists, Mental Health Social Workers and Registered Psychologists.  They...

Confidentiality & disclosure of information

We are mindful that the information you provide to us as health professionals is personal and private. The collection, storage and release of...
Academic documentation

Academic documentation

This information is for student's seeking academic documentation to support an extension, special consideration, late withdrawal, reduced study load...
Get Up & Go

Get Up & Go walking program

Connect, contribute & collaborate Get Up & Go is a peer-support walking program for all ANU students. The program involves linking you up...
Graduate students

Graduate students

Graduate students doing either research or coursework often have common concerns, including: stresses in managing employment, family life and study...
International students

International students

For some international students counselling services may not be common in your home country. However, the experience of living away from home and...

Finding help and support if you have been sexually assaulted

Emergency & crisis support Call triple zero (000) in an emergency or life threatening situation.  Reporting the incident to police is your...
Community mental health resources

Community services

There are a wide range of community services available across Australia and locally in the ACT to support student mental health. These are a...
Complaints

Complaints procedures

Providing feedback or making a complaint In the first instance, we recommend that you discuss any issues directly with your counsellor if you feel...