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The transition to university life is an exciting one, but like all change, it can be challenging.

Some Bondies have travelled hundreds or even thousands of kilometres to study on campus and are away from friends and family. Others are balancing work, family and personal commitments alongside their study. Whatever your circumstances, every now and then we find ourselves in need of a helping hand.

Bond’s trained psychologists provide free, confidential counselling to support students with anything from study pressures through to personal problems.  

What can Bond’s counsellors help me with?

Counselling services are free-of-charge for all Bond staff and students. In confidential one-on-one sessions, counsellors are available to help you find skills to cope with whatever is troubling you.

With a wide healthcare network, counsellors can also arrange specialist, professional assistance off campus if required.

Where can I find Bond’s counsellors?

Bond’s Counselling Service is located within the Medical, Psychological and Disability Services centre in Student Court. Counsellors are available between 8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday and crisis support services can be contacted after hours.

How do I make an appointment?

Make an appointment by phoning 5595 4002 or emailing [email protected]. Appointments run for one hour.

We know that mental health is as important as physical health, so we are committed to providing support services for our students.  

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