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Student Wellbeing & Welfare

Counselling Support

Counselling provides a safe and confidential space for you to talk to a trained therapeutic professional about your issues and concerns.

A counsellor can help you explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours so you can develop a better understanding of yourself and of others. Counsellors will not give advice or tell you what you should do.

Counselling Support is available from the University Counselling Service, including from an On-Site Counsellor.

University Counselling Service

The University Counselling Service offers free, confidential counselling to all students.


The Counselling Service offers short-term individual counselling, both in-person and online. In addition, the Counselling Service runs group counselling sessions and workshops.


Counselling Service staff are professionally trained and widely experienced female and male counsellors, psychotherapists, clinical and counselling psychologists and a psychiatrist, all of whom are accustomed to helping people from many different backgrounds and cultures, and with a wide range of issues.


Full information on the support on offer from the University Counselling Service and how to make an appointment can be found on their website here.



On-Site Counsellor


Keble’s On-Site Counsellor is Kirsty Hunter.


Kirsty works at the University Counselling Service and is available to meet with Keble students in College on Tuesdays during term.


Kirsty’s office is on the first floor of Pusey Quad, Staircase 2. To request an appointment with Kirsty, please email