Student Counselling Information


  • Further to Government Directives due to the COVID-19 virus, UCC Student Counselling and Development is currently closed. Please Note: Any appointment you have made to attend for counselling in person with Student Counselling is now postponed until further notice.
  • For students who wish to access advice on healthy emotional wellbeing at this time, it is possible to speak to a duty Student Counsellor. Please email to arrange a telephone appointment between 9.15am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm Monday to Friday and a Student Counsellor will phone you back. Please refer to our Temporary Conditions Of Service Use.  NB: This is Not a Crisis or Emergency line. There is a 24/7 Crisis Text Line where you can engage with a trained volunteer - text 'UCC' to 50808.


  • Cognitive Behavioural Programs 
  • Self-help Resources
  • Health Anxiety Cognitive Behavioural Program  
  • Crisis Text Line. Text UCC to 086 1800280 to chat anonymously to a trained volunteer 24/7. Any issue. Any time.
  • If you consider yourself to be at risk of self-harm contact your GP or SouthDoc 1850 335 999 or nearest Accident & Emergency Unit
  • If you were hoping to speak to someone immediately contact:  Samaritans 116 123 (24 hour freephone)  Pieta House 1800 247 247 (24 hour freephone)  Aware 1800 804 848 (10am-10pm freephone) 

Student Counselling & Development

Comhairleoireacht agus Forbairt na Mac Léinn

Ardpatrick, College Road, Cork, Ireland