Health and Wellbeing Services

Courtauld Counselling Services
The Courtauld currently has a dedicated counselling service based out of a small office on the mezzanine floor (next to the Student Union office). They will listen and help you to understand how past experiences, worries about the future or lack of confidence may be affecting your life. Together you can reflect on how you respond to life events and explore the way you relate to yourself and other


You can make an appointment by emailing

Contact Courtauld Counselling

Contact Conrad

Gower Street Practice


The University of London health service is located in Gower Street (open 9:30-17:30) and most students living centrally will be registered to there. Contact them if you need anything and if you need to change a regular prescription to a local pharmacy.


Dean Street Sexual Health Clinic 

56 Dean Street is a friendly, convenient and free NHS sexual health clinic in the heart of London. 


SXT is an online service that helps you find a sexual health clinic that provides the right type of service at a convenient time near you or online.

Student Minds 

Student Minds is the UK's Student Mental Health Charity. Contact them if you have any questions regarding mental health, are unsure of where to find help or want to get involved.

Student Minds offers particular help to students with eating disorders and students from the LGBT+ community.


The Courtauld are currently affiliated with Nightline, a confidential listening, support and practical information service for students in London and Open University.

Courtauld Students can talk to Nightline about anything – big or small – in complete confidence. 

All volunteers are students themselves, who have undergone extensive training.

The Samiritans 


The Samaritans are a free helpline for anyone in distress or in need of help.

They are open 24/7 and will do their best to respond immediately to any call.

116 123.



Hope is the UK charity that provides support for young people aged 11+ who have a family member diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Hope is unique in that it provides support from diagnosis and continues to support young people for however long they need.
At the end of 2016 Hope worked in collaboration with Student Minds to create a student pack which is aimed to help students who are leaving behind an ill family member when they go off to university. A copy can be downloaded from the contact box to the right.

Contact Gower Street Practice

020 7467 680

Contact 56 Dean Street
020 3315 6699
Contact SXT
Contact Student Minds
01865 264168
Contact Nightline

6pm to 8am every night of term.

Phone: 0207 631 0101
Skype Chat:
Skype Phone: londonnightline
Text : 07717 989 900

Contact The Samaritans
116 123

Courtauld Wellbeing Manager:

Conrad Sackey

Contact Us


Our office hours are 9.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

0203 947 7676

Level 2

Courtauld Institute of Art

Vernon Square

Penton Rise