Counselling can help you with personal challenges and feelings such as stress and anxiety, loneliness and isolation, loss or grief, homesickness, family and relationship conflict, thoughts of suicide and other problems that impact your ability to cope with university life or be your best self.
Counsellors are non-judgmental and do not diagnose; they listen and help you explore areas of concern and work on strategies that will help you get through your studies. Counselling provides a confidential and neutral place to freely express your needs and concerns.
Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment - our counsellors can provide support by creating a safe space to talk and helping you access specialist resources.
To access counselling support (up to 6 sessions with the same counsellor), please register with our counselling service by completing a CARE form.
Providing some brief details about your needs will assist the counselling team to make sure that you are connected with the most appropriate support.
Are you feeling unsafe, overwhelmed or in distress and need to speak to someone right now?
Our Wellbeing Support Line is open to all students living in Australia and is available 24hrs a day, all year round, contact us on the numbers below and you will be connected with a crisis supporter for a one-off session to provide immediate support.
Call or text the Torrens Wellbeing Support Line to talk to a mental health professional who can offer immediate support.
If you are in crisis and need to talk to a counsellor immediately, the following services are available at any time of the day or night (24/7):
For emergencyservices such as Police, Fire, and Ambulance please call 000.
For students living outside Australia, Torrens has partnered with Medibank/AHM Health Insurance to provide on-demand counselling support.
You do not need to have health insurance to access this 24hr service, however please note that for this service call costs apply.
Torrens provides a range of support services to help students make the most of their studies and manage personal challenges.
If appropriate you may be linked with internal support services such as Accessibility Services, Campus Life Coordinators, Success Coaches or relevant support services.
More information on support services in Australia and New Zealand