Who are the Student Wellbeing Team?

Our Student Wellbeing Team is here to support your wellbeing needs throughout your time at King's. The team works closely with your faculty, KCLSU and King’s support services to ensure you have what you need to succeed while studying at King’s.

We know there are a lot of support avenues for you to access at King’s, and the team can help you navigate these. They will work closely with your Personal Tutor and you will see them around campus, offering drop-in wellbeing appointments where you can talk to them one-to-one.

Throughout your studies, you may find that your personal sense of wellbeing may vary; if it does, we have many routes to support you and resources for you to support yourself.


Ways to engage with the Student Wellbeing Team:

Book an appointment with one Faculty Wellbeing Advisors (FWAs)

Each faculty has a Wellbeing Advisor. Our FWAs can support you, using a range of Coaching and Mentoring tools, to create a wellbeing plan. The FWAs are also well placed to help you understand which other King's, and external, services may be helpful for you.

To book an appointment with your advisors, please use our faculty booking forms:


Attend one of our Wellbeing Workshops

Throughout the year, our Faculty Wellbeing Advisors deliver a series of wellbeing workshops on each campus. The workshops are a small and safe space for you to explore wellbeing topics, learn key information and gain new tools and techniques.

Workshop schedule Term 1:

  • Connections & Belonging (Returning Students) - Wed 28 Sep 2022 - Book here
  • Managing Behaviours & Habit Forming - Wed 12 Oct 2022 - Book here
  • Communication & Groups - Wed 26 Oct 2022 - Book here
  • Optimising your work environment and mindset - Wed 9 Nov 2022 - Book here
  • Imposter Syndrome & Self Compassion - Weds 23 Nov 2022 - Book here

Workshop schedule Term 2:

  • Dealing with Anxiety - Book here
  • Productivity and Procrastination - Book here
  • Working in a team (building on the 'Communications and Groups' workshop in Term 1)  - Book here
  • How to be a sustainable student and avoid burnout - Book here

Workshop schedule Term 3:


Do our Wellbeing E-module

The Student Wellbeing Team have created a King's Student Wellbeing E-Module. In this e-module you will learn about all the support services at King's and some key wellbeing information.


Contact us

To contact the team, you can email studentwellbeingandwelfare@kcl.ac.uk

Photo of the Wellbeing & Welfare team members