The Goodie wellbeing advisers are there for you when you need someone to talk to. They are University staff members, who have been selected and trained to support the wellbeing of students, but they are not therapists or psychologists. You can come with any issue or problem and discussions are always kept confidential. Goodie advisers can help you find information on how to promote and enhance your own wellbeing, put you in touch with available peer support groups and share ideas on how to build your own support network. If needed, they will guide you further to find a solution to your situation. Goodie.png

The Goodie of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is Senior Researcher Piia Einonen

Don’t worry alone – come and talk to your Goodie!