SilverCloud is an online program to help manage stress, anxiety and depression. It will help you understand how you're feeling and give ideas on how to manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
One in four of us struggle with mental health challenges, like feeling low or anxious. Based on two decades of clinical research and proven therapies, SilverCloud programmes give you the tools and skills to feel better and stay better.
Easy to access - access programmes anytime on any device.
Easy to use - 82% of people find the programmes easy to use.
Login, learn and practice - work though the activities, videos and content anytime on your computer, tablet, or phone.
Proven outcomes - it's proven in trials to work as well as face to face therapy.
You can register for SilverCloud independently and follow the programme at your own pace in your own time around other work, study and family commitments.
Alternatively, you can be registered by a member of our Counselling and Wellbeing team with online support from a team member, this offers additional support throughout the programme if you feel you need it.
Use the link to begin your SilverCloud journey. You'll need to register before you can start a module.Start using SilverCloud
What support is right for you? Calculate your wellbeing score and use it to get the right support.Calculate your wellbeing score
Follow the 6 Ways to Wellbeing and spend some positive time focusing on yourself.Follow the 6 Ways to Wellbeing
Don’t wait until you’re experiencing hard times to come to our workshops. Come along now and understand how to manage your thoughts and feeling and succeed in your studies.Find a wellbeing workshop for you
Download our self-help leaflets and find out the best ways to improve your wellbeing and keep a positive outlook.Download wellbeing resources
The Counselling and Wellbeing Service is available to all students at ARU and offers a free and confidential service to promote mental health and wellbeing.
If you need emergency help, please take action straight away. If you’re worried about your safety, call 999 or take yourself to A&E.Emergency help and crisis support