Nilaari: Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic counselling
Nilaari is a culturally appropriate counselling service providing help and support for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people.
If you feel Nilaari would help you, you can receive up to 6 free counselling sessions.
What Nilaari does
Nilaari offer a range of therapies for people experiencing:
- worry and general anxiety
- low self esteem and confidence
How to get help
Nilaari is currently offering all counselling on the telephone due to Coronavirus.
Contact Nilaari directly. You do not need to be referred by the University.
Nilaari will need your:
- student number and
- university email.
Who can use Nilaari
Any student can use Nilaari.
You do not need to pay anything. The University will pay for up to 6 sessions.
Shared information and care
Our trained staff meet regularly with Nilaari. If Nilaari have concerns about your wellbeing, they will share these with us.
Black Men and Women Talk sessions
Black Men and Black Women Talk (BMWT) is a space for black* students to discuss their life experiences and interpretations of them.
Sessions will focus on exploring and sharing various wellbeing techniques.
*Bristol students who identify as male and black (African, Caribbean or Mixed heritage).
Email: Robiu Salisu firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to be added to the mailing list.