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Psychology services

SiS Health is provided in addition to public health services, and treatment is not prioritised according to the degree of severity. If you have serious psychological problems or need an urgent assessment, you should contact your GP.

Useful information about treatment

SiS Health provides treatment for less serious psychological problems. Discussions are offered on how you can improve your mental health, tackle academic and interpersonal challenges and different life crises. Treatment duration is limited.

Talking as a form of treatment is a co-operation between the student and therapist. You are expected to show up at the agreed times and be prepared to work on your problems outside of treatment also.

As far as possible, SiS Health tries to provide a service within four to five weeks. Unfortunately, waiting times may be longer during certain periods due to demand.

Common reasons for making contact:

  • Depression
  • Concentration and motivation problems
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Various anxiety issues (for example perfectionism, exam stress or social anxiety)
  • Eating disorders
  • Loneliness and grief
  • Poor self-image
  • Abuse

More information about psychology services is available on the SiS web pages.