Do I need support?
We are here to support you with a wide range of difficulties, these may include:
- Feeling low or depressed
- Feeling anxious or worried
- Experiencing stress
- Finding it hard to make friends
- Unsure about identity
- Struggling with relationship difficulties
- Difficulties with eating
- Sleep problems
- Experiencing a mental illness
- Low self-esteem
- Grief and loss
Not sure how you feel?
Try the Mood Self-Assessment and get advice from the NHS on what might help by clicking the link below.
How do I access the service?
SRC provide a counselling service through Inspire Students. This is available for all Southern Regional College students via the 24/7 telephone service as well as face-to-face counselling support. If you need to speak to a counsellor in confidence, call Inspire Students on 0800 389 5362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Onsite drop in Counselling service:
Student Services have arranged a new pilot drop-in counselling service for students in Newry, Killylea Rd and Lisanally campuses. The ‘Drop in’ service is available on each campus as follows:
Wednesday from 1pm to 4pm in the Learning Resource Centre Study Room 1.
Armagh Killylea Rd Campus:
Monday from 11am to 2pm in the Boardroom.
Monday from 11am to 2pm in ALS007 - situated beside the main reception area.
Counselling will be available on alternate Monday between Killylea and Lisanally, commenced with Killylea on Monday 13th November. During these sessions a counsellor will be available for students to speak to or help them if they are experiencing a crisis situation.
Further information, advice, support and resources are available through the Inspire website: