In addition to the Tutors we have a Welfare Team, who are based predominantly in The Health Centre, Cripps Court.
The team have a broad range of professional backgrounds and have significant experience in supporting students with health and welfare issues. The team are available to support you through any difficulties you encounter, while studying at Cambridge.
We would encourage you to contact them with any concerns you have, as they arise, or simply to meet (virtually or physically) for a chat if you are feeling down, anxious, happy or excited.
We are planning for the Health Centre to be open across Michaelmas Term where we can assist students with minor injuries and first aid. Should further treatment be indicated we will signpost students to the most appropriate service. Please call before attending
During Michaelmas Term most appointments will be take place virtually using either Zoom or Phone.
Revd. Tim Harling
Tim is the head of the Welfare Team. This is a role which has an overview of all that the College delivers concerning the functions of the Welfare Team. Tim is also one of the Harassment and Assault Officers and is the Safeguarding Lead for the College.
In addition, Tim is the Dean of Chapel and an Official Fellow.
Unlike others in the Welfare Team, who are based in the Health Centre, Tim’s Office is Cloister 2. He is available to all students. For a meeting, chat or a ‘catch-up’ please email him, in the first instance, on email@example.com
Jenny is the Clinical Lead at Queens’ with the role of leading and advising on all clinical decisions made across the Welfare Team. Jenny is a Registered Nurse in Mental Health and a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, accredited through the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) and the BABCP (British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists). She offers therapy to students experiencing mental health and emotional difficulties.
Jenny also offers sessions focussed on building self-confidence and resilience, with the aim of promoting mental and physical wellbeing across the College.
Jenny is available Monday to Thursday
Tel: 01223 (3)35578
Emily is a Registered Nurse in Mental Health and a Welfare Adviser. She is here to offer support and guidance to students who are experiencing emotional, psychological and personal difficulties.
She specialises in mental health assessment and crisis management, ensuring that the student is treated in the most appropriate way, focusing on the needs of the individual student and referring on to external mental health professionals if necessary.
Emily is available Tuesday to Friday during Term Time
Tel: 01223 (3)35569
Anna MBACP, BPC, is a fully qualified and experienced therapist and supervisor who has worked in university counselling services, schools and academies across London and Cambridge. Anna specialises in working with young people and young adults and is trained to provide both short-term focussed counselling and longer-term support when needed.
Anna has a particular interest in interpersonal and relationship issues, life transitions (starting or leaving University, moving to a new place, adapting to a new culture), issues to do with wellbeing in the study- or workplace, such as stress, anxiety and self-esteem.
She offers welfare guidance and a confidential space to explore any issues you may be experiencing, whilst considering the options available to move forward.
Anna is available Monday to Thursday
Tel: 01223 (7)68513
The Chaplain, Revd. Max Bayliss,
In addition to running the Chapel, Max is also part of the welfare team and is happy to talk to an
yone. There’s nothing too trivial or too onerous. He’s happy to listen, help you to explore your options and signpost you to additional help if you need it. He doesn’t talk religion unless you do!