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Starting Point of Wellbeing continues

Starting Point of Wellbeing continues to give students advice and guidance on services related to wellbeing from September onwards
Starting Point of Wellbeing

After a summer break, the Starting Point of Wellbeing is open again, from September 2nd 2019 onwards.

The Starting Point of Wellbeing is open on weekdays (9am–3pm) in room Y199c (Otakaari 1). No appointment needed. 

Service providers: Finnish Student Health Service (FSHS), Aalto study psychologists, Study counsellors, Aalto chaplains, UniSport and the Student union AYY.

Starting Point of Wellbeing timetable (in Into)

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