The Student Welfare Service is available to all students who may be experiencing problems while at college. Problems can range from homesickness, bullying, difficulties with coursework, financial difficulties, health issues or family problems. Whatever it may be, we can help.
We take a direct and active interest in the needs and the well-being of each individual student. The Student Welfare Officer is on hand at all times, and each student has regular meetings with their allocated ‘personal’ tutor.
The College Counseling Service can help with specific problems on a regular basis if you need support. The Student Welfare Officer can put you in touch with outside agencies if necessary and the College Staff is also available to solve the problem.
JFC offers professional and confidential support to all College students who are experiencing personal difficulties of any sort.
Counseling can help you with all types of personal difficulties, whether they are affected by your own feelings, or by circumstances over which you have no control.
General unhappiness-lonliness, shyness, depression, anxiety etc.
Academic Pressure-Poor motivation, exam anxieties, poor study concentration etc.
Personal worries-family problems, bereavement, eating disorders, drug and alcohol problems, relationship breakup etc.
Counseling provides a relaxed setting where you can talk freely in a way that is rarely possible with friends or tutors.
Counseling Offers You:
Time to listen – appointments are usually made for up to 60 minutes and further sessions may be arranged when needed.
Confidentiality – counseling is always totally confidential on all personal matters.
How to Make an Appointment
To book an appointment, you need to contact administrator at the college, or email:
The College Welfare Officer is happy to hold discussions on any aspect of faith or morality and explore the possibility of setting up staff/student Groups.