Students at the University of Iceland have a few options when choosing to seek psychological counselling.
University psychology counselling offers individual interviews and group therapy. The counselling is on the ground floor of New Garden (Nýji Garður), Sæmundargata 12.
Individual counselling provides analysis and treatment of various psychological problems. Master’s and doctoral students provide psychology services for the students of the University and their children. The psychology students provide the service under the guidance of the Director of Psychological Counseling, Gunnar Hrafn Birgisson, PsyD, a specialist in clinical psychology.
You can call +354 856-2526 and state your name and phone number on voicemail. You will then be contacted.
You can contact the Student Counselling and Career Centre, they will help you apply.
A psychology interview costs 1.500 ISK, inherent in the 50-minute interview and 10 minutes for preparation.
NSHÍ (Student Counselling and Career Centre) offers Psychological Counselling. Both individual interviews and group therapy.
Three psychologists are employed at the study and career counselling services: Ásta Rún Valgerardóttir, Guðlaug Friðgeirsdóttir, and Katrín Sverrisdóttir. They provide university students with advice and support in individual interviews.
NSHI psychologists regularly offer courses and training, for example in cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, self-empowerment and more.
Interviews need to be booked by contacting the NSHI office on the 3rd floor of Háskólatorg or by phone +354 525-4315.
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The service is free to all students of the University of Iceland.
Doctoral students in Psychology at UI help other students with various psychological problems, mental health issues and communication skills. Group meetings are held Tuesdays at 14-15:30 o’clock in Setberg, the building of Academic affairs.
The program is lead by dr. Gunnar Hrafn Birgisson, with assistance from Jóhann Pálmar Harðarson, Kristjana Þórarinsdóttir and Kristján Helgi Hjartarsson doctoral students in psychology.
You can apply for participation by e-mail at email@example.com and provide your name and phone number. Subsequently, the applicant will be contacted and an appointment scheduled for an interview.
The service is free for all students at the University of Iceland.