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Student Affairs, University of Limerick

Resources for Students

Student Resources - Fact Sheets UL Counselling - Relaxation Techniques  

External Resources

See our list of e-resources and helplines here

Turn2me - turn2me is an online mental health support service that is free and involves no waiting. We offer a three step help programme to include Self Help, Online Support Groups and One to One Counselling. turn2me is anonymous, professional and is there for you online.

UL Peer Listeners Network - Students, the UL Peer Listening Network is available now for anyone who needs a listening ear from another student. UL peer listeners have been trained by the Samaritans in the art of listening in a non-judgmental way. You can contact someone in your own time. Please take a look at their facebook site.

Speak Out

Speak Out is an online anonymous reporting platform for incidents of bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, discrimination, hate crime, coercive behaviour/control, stalking, assault, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape. The tool will help you to find relevant supports and highlight formal reporting procedures, should you wish to use them. 

It is important to remember that as the platform is completely anonymous, we have no way to identify or make contact with  you or any member of the college community. You can access the Speak Out platform Here

Please report one incident, or series of related incidents at a time; this is to ensure that we can understand the nature of your experience.

Should you wish to report an incident formally within the University please visit: Student Complaints Policy and Procedures

You can hear more about the Speak Out took project in UL here: Launch Video

We would like to thank you for Speaking Out against bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, discrimination, hate crime, coercive behaviour, stalking, assault, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape.

We believe you, and we stand with you.

Please note, UL Éist Wellbeing and Resiliency do not:

- Provide certificates for attendance

- Extend assignment deadlines

- Give interviews for coursework

To access the UL Éist Student Wellbeing and Resilience service, you can email us at for a remote drop-in appointment.

During term-time

Drop In: 10am to 12noon daily 

Please see main page for Drop-in times off semester.

Please note, intake forms must be filled out no later than 10 minutes prior to the end of drop-in.  You will be sent an intake form and then asked to fill in some demographic details and a baseline screening questionnaire. You will then be called by an Assistant Psychologist for 10-15mins. 

Find Us: CM073, Main Building

Contact No: 061-202327

Ger Hanley - Monday 5-6.30pm during term time Email: 

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