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    Coaching Center

    A group of postgraduate Psychology students at Aalborg University has established Coaching Center, offering free coaching sessions that are supported and supervised by licensed psychologists.

    Sessions are based on the individual's conditions, and is open to all students who seek help with personal development, private or study-related.

    Center for Coaching can be contacted via email: cc@hum.aau.dk

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    Headspace offeres help and counselling to anyone between 12 and 25 years of age, on everything from family disputes, issues with friends, sadness, loneliness, housing and much more, and you can be fully anonymous. Here is how to get in touch:


    Phone: 53 73 30 06
    sms: 53 73 30 36
    e-mail: aalborg@headspace.dk


    Phone: 53 73 30 01
    sms: 53 73 30 31
    e-mail: københavn@headspace.dk


    Phone 30 45 25 81
    sms: 30 45 25 81
    e-mail: esbjerg@headspace.dk

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    At Marhaba, you can speak to counsellors in several languages, who can help you with personal issues, information about your rights, and help you to understand letters from the Danish authorities.


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    The national Student Counselling Service is an independent institution that offers study-related, social and psychological counselling. Counselling is free and you can be anonymous. The Student Counselling Service helps students in full-time higher education programmes.

    The Student Counselling Service in Aalborg
    Vesterbro 50, 1st floor
    9000 Aalborg
    Tel: 70 26 75 00
    E-mail: aal@srg.dk

    The Student Counselling Service in Esbjerg
    Kongensgade 77, 2nd floor
    6700 Esbjerg
    Tel: 70 26 75 00
    E-mail: esb@srg.dk

    The Student Counselling Service in Copenhagen
    Dronningens Tværgade 30, 2.
    1202 København K
    Tel: 70 26 75 00
    E-mail: kbh@srg.dk


    The Student counselling service

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    University chaplaincy

    The University Chaplains offer free counselling and guidance for students with personal, social, study related or existential/religious problems. Read more about their counselling and find their contact details:

    The University Chaplaincy