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Senate House Library

SHL Wellbeing Collection Online

The SHL Wellbeing Collection provides a variety of supportive resources for our members, covering a wide range of issues and themes. All the material on this page is available online.

About the Collection's online resources

The Library’s Wellbeing Collection is designed to give our members guidance on a range of wellbeing issues. This page features links to online supportive resources that compliment the Wellbeing Collection. These resources are provided for your guidance and are not intended to be a substitute for professional consultation. We regularly check the quality of third party content but we cannot be held liable for material on external websites.

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Wellbeing at Senate House Library

As the central library for the University of London, Senate House Library plays a key role in the University’s wellbeing strategy. This will principally be through our Wellbeing Collection, which is made up of both physical books and online resources, including ebooks, plus links to information held outside of the Library.

We work in conjunction with Adrian Clarke (the University of London’s Student Health and Wellbeing Manager) and host events to promote personal wellbeing.


These resources are intended as a source of informal advice and information only. They are not a substitute for personalised treatment or professional consultation. Where this is required please contact a qualified professional. In an emergency call 999.

Contact us

If you have any queries about the Collection, or if you have suggestions or feedback, please get in touch with us using the feedback form at the bottom of the SHL Wellbeing Collection page.

If you are a member of the Library and you would like to arrange an informal discussion about a wellbeing concern, or if you have any issues with the University of London, you are welcome to contact the University of London Student Health and Wellbeing Manager, Adrian Clarke. This is not a substitute for personalised treatment and in an emergency you should always call 999.