- Safe and Fair Community Unit for all wellbeing and behaviour concerns
- Need to Talk crisis support line
- Behaviour Contact Officers
- Ally Network advocacy for inclusion of diverse sexualities, sexes and gender identities
- Sexual Assault Support Service
- Support for Tasmanian LGBTIQ+
- Spiritual and Pastoral Care
- Student Counselling
- Wellbeing webinar series
- Student Advisers
- Health Conditions and Disabilities - Learning Activity Plans (LAP)
- Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) Advocacy
Support for PhD Candidates
The Employee Assistance Program is a confidential service provided by the University to assist those who have work or non-work-related mental health concerns or issues. Employee assistance is a 24 hour, 7 days per week service.
The Safe and Fair Community Unit (SaFCU) is a University service which provides support, advice and information to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our University community.
- Concerns or complaints about inappropriate or concerning behaviour
- Disclosures or reports of sexual harm, including sexual assault and sexual harassment
- Child safety concerns
- General complaints about a service or your University experience
- Wellbeing concerns about yourself or someone you know
- If you have a financial concern and require assistance
- Concerns or disclosures of suspected modern slavery
The Safety and Wellbeing Unit has responsibility for the management of workers compensation claims and can provide advice about the return to work of injured employees and injury management.
Mental health issues can cause candidates to withdraw from university life leading to long completion times or failure to complete. The information on this site offers you resources to help you recognise possible mental health problems early and to know what to do.
The Psychological Wellbeing Toolkit provides advice for Managers supervising staff and students:
- recognising the signs
- having a conversation
- resources for Managers to assist them in
Wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people
- Social and emotional wellbeing
- Beyond Blue - Support. Advice. Action
- Effective strategies to strengthen the mental health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Australian Govt - Institute of Health and Welfare)
- Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Indigenous mental health and education
- Mental Illness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples - Chapter from Working Together (PDF)
- The Path Back from Social Isolation helps us understand reintegration into the community and the workplace post COVID-19. The resource is produced by our own isolation expert Associate Professor Kimberley Norris and includes a digital booklet (PDF 4.7 MB) and no-cost short course.
- Alcohol Tobacco and other Drugs
- Mindfulness app
- Adapting to Change