Student Health Centre
At the Student Health Centre, students can receive help and support with problems that might affect their studies, for example stress, performance anxiety, worry, procrastination, alcohol-related problems or sleeping problems. For other issues or medical concerns, they can turn to their primary health care provider.
Besides individual counselling we offer courses in e.g. public speaking and stress management. Visit our website for both students and the general public for our current course selection.
Advice on dealing with complicated student situations
As a study adviser, teacher or other staff member, you might come in contact with troubled students and need to serve as a first port of call. For many students, problems are temporary, but they might still need help and support. It is important that you acknowledge their issues – for the sake of the individual student and their surroundings – and provide guidance at an early stage before the problems have become too major. Don’t hesitate to ask a colleague for assistance!
You can also contact us for a consultation regarding students who are somehow troubled, or advice on how to proceed with the matter.
Below, you will find advice and tips to assist you in different situations with students in need of help.
Referring students to the Student Health Centre
Students can book an initial consultation with one of our counsellors via our web form on lunduniversity.lu.se/student-health . During the initial consultation, we focus on identifying the problem and finding ways to move forward.
Please refer students to lunduniversity.lu.se/student-health for current contact information. There they will also find brochures on sleep disorders, anxiety, ergonomics, etc.
We are closed for nine weeks during summer, three weeks at Christmas, and Easter Week.
Please contact us if you need printed information about the Student Health Centre to give to your students.
Student Health Centre
+46 46 222 43 77
Internal mailing code 31
The Student Health Centre is available in Lund and at Campus Helsingborg.
Our staff includes welfare officers, nurses, psychologists, physical therapists, psychiatrists, and a medical secretary.