Looking for support but not sure where to start?
Whether you need help with exam study, adjusting to uni life, or advice about your wellbeing, Murdoch offers a range of free health, medical and counselling services for both domestic and international students throughout their time at university.
Our Health Service staff have worked with students from a variety of cultural backgrounds and are equipped with skills and experience in helping people with a range of personal, psychological and study-related difficulties.
All students are welcome to use Murdoch Health services, including the counselling team who are available in-person and online.
Here are some of the ways counselling can help you:
- For one-on-one help, you can make an appointment with one of our experienced counsellors.
- Learn strategies to manage stress, procrastination and exam time with workshops and events.
- If you’re struggling to focus or in need of motivation, you can browse our online resources.
If you are in a crisis and need urgent support, please call one of the following 24-hour services:
- Mental Health Emergency Response Line: 1300 555 788
- Life Line: 13 11 14
- Samaritans: 1800 198 313
- Suicide Call Back: 1300 65 94 67
- Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC): 1800 199 888
- 1800 Respect: 1800 737 732
Murdoch medical services for treatment and advice
If you have health concerns that may impact your ability to study, the Murdoch University Medical Service has qualified and experienced doctors and nurses who can help with a range of concerns, including:
- Health promotion and education
- Consultations with a doctor or nurse
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or even struggling to get a good night’s sleep, our Health Service staff are here to help so that you can enjoy a healthy and productive lifestyle.
Not sure where to start? Get in touch with someone at a myMurdoch Advice location.