Student Health Services in Uppsala
The Student Health Service offers individual counselling, courses and workshops for students. The staff at Student Health Service are professional counsellors, or registered psychologists.
At the Student Health Services there are also two health pedagogues focusing on preventive health care. Every semester, courses and seminars on student health related topics are given by staff and there is also a light room that you can visit.
Telephone: (+46) 18 471 69 00
Due to current restrictions, the Student Health Service reception and the light room are closed for physical visits between 23 December and 31 January. Our reception and telephone counselling is open as usual and our counsellors and psychologists are available and offer digital individual calls.
Closed for lunch 11:45–12:30
Wednesday 19 January the reception telephone will be closed.
Övre Slottsgatan 7, 2nd floor
753 10 Uppsala
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Cancellation and rebooking
Remember to change or cancel your appointment if you can not arrive at your booked time. To change or cancel an appointment please call or email our reception. To book a new appointment, please call our reception.
Counselling service, or to make your first appointment
All staff at the Student Health Services are bound by professional secrecy. No information is released without your consent.
If you want an appointment for individual counselling you must first call our telephone counselling service. Our counsellors/psychologists will ask questions about what is troubling you, give you advice and set up an appointment for you, if the assessment is that the Student Health Services are best suited to help you. If not, you will be guided to the right place. If you are unsure where to find help, call us and we will help you.
Telephone: (+46) 18-471 69 10.
Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 12:45–14:00, also Monday 15.00–16.00
The telephone counselling service is closed Wednesday 19 January
Our telephone counselling is manned by psychologists and counsellors. We receive many calls. If you are still on hold when the counselling closes, you will not hear a message telling you that the line is closed. Please check out the upcoming telephone hours and try calling us again.
Currently, it is possible to get a first time counselling appointment within 2-3 weeks.
Support about lifestyle habits
Our health pedagogues offers individual coaching conversations about lifestyle habits. The conversations are based on your needs and can, for example, be about diet, sleep, physical activity and routines.
To book an appointment, send an email with your name and telephone number to email@example.com. We will call you to book a meeting.
For video calls, log in to the Student Health Service's booking system Kaddio with your Bank ID or password at the time of your call and wait to be called. You will receive login information via e-mail the first time you book. If you do not have login details, you can contact the reception (via e-mail).Video calls works best with Google Crome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Microsoft Edge.If you need to cancel your appointment, you can do it yourself in Kaddio, or through the reception. To rebook for a new time, call the reception.
As a distance learning student at Uppsala University and SLU you have the same opportunity as campus students to contact Student Health Services for advice and support if you have mental health problems related to life as a student. We offer digital individual calls and many of our lectures and groups are digital.
Doctoral students at Uppsala University
If you are a doctoral student at Uppsala University, who are currently 20% active (regardless of funding), you should turn to the occupational health services for support, including counselling. They offer some counselling sessions free of charge before the head of department have to be informed. To book an appointment call the occupational health service.
More information is available on Uppsala University's staff web.
Doctoral students at SLU
If you ar a doctoral student at SLU, (regardless of funding), you should turn to the occupational health services for support, including counselling. They offer one counselling session, free of charge, before the head of department/equivalent have to be informed. For more information and to book an appointment contact the occupational health service.
More information is available on SLU’s staff web.