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Working together to enhance the learning, emotional, physical and spiritual life of the Oxford Brookes community.
Incidents of sexual violence, hate crime and harassment.
Online support is available to all students, no matter where you are, from our new partners at Togetherall. The Togetherall online mental health platform hosts a supportive community of other people in similar situations whose identities are not disclosed.
Once you have registered, you will have free access to spaces where you can chat about how you're feeling or express this in other ways through the creative tools available. You can also share tips on how to cope with a variety of issues. There are also clinically trained staff available to make sure the space is safe and supportive.
You can follow self-paced courses about managing your mood and you can track your own progress through self-assessments.
Register for Togetherall with your Brookes email address
You will then create a profile that protects your identity so you can use the website anonymously.
Short-term emotional support
Disability, mental health, specific learning difficulties
Dyslexia and specific learning difficulties
Pastoral and spiritual care
Short-term support for students in distress
Estranged students, care leavers, student carers, mature students, LGBTQ+ and gender identity
Introduction to our Wellbeing services