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Student Wellbeing

Creating Safe Spaces for Monkeys


The mental health and wellbeing of our current and incoming students is something we take very seriously. We are very proud to be able to offer all students in the Monkey community access to mental health support via our partnerships with Falmouth University’s Spectrum Life platform and Wellbeing In The Arts.

Fourth Monkey and Spectrum Life


Fourth Monkey students have 24/7 access to a fully qualified team of counsellors and experts who can help with a range of issues that might include things like anxiety, stress, addictions, bereavement, relationships or anything that is bothering them. 


When students first reach out, they will speak to a fully qualified and experienced mental health practitioner. They can request to speak to a female or male Mental Health Coach, someone from a diverse community, or someone with specific LGBTQ+ knowledge, for example. Support is also available in 26 different languages. Their dedicated Mental Health Coach will then work with them to understand their situation, formulate a personalised plan, as well as provide ongoing advice and regular check-ins. 


  • 24/7 MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT – Support in seconds by phone, WhatsApp or live chat – available 24/7, 365 days a year 

  • MENTAL HEALTH COACHING – Access to mental health coaching to provide ongoing support and set goals 

  • MENTAL HEALTH THERAPY – Online therapy sessions with qualified psychotherapists and counsellors 

  • DIGITAL TOOLS – Access to a digital app with 100s of tools, personalised paths, exercises and tips for mental fitness 

Fourth Monkey and Wellbeing in the Arts


Providing bespoke access to a diverse range of student and experienced Counsellors, all of whom are BACP / UKCP registered, and have an experience, knowledge and understanding of the unique challenges of working in the Arts industry. 

  • Their Counsellors will be able to work with students on any personal or professional issue from anxiety, depression, and stress through to addiction, trauma and eating disorders. 

  • Sessions are available in person (where possible), online or by telephone, and can be arranged to fit your schedule. 

  • All services are 100% confidential and no-one (including the Fourth Monkey team) will know that students have reached out. 

  • Enquiries will be responded to within ONE working day, and students will be able to meet with a Counsellor within FIVE working days (earlier in cases of emergency). 

  • Their team are here to listen, not judge, and will do everything they can to help. 

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