Counselling is a process where the client and counsellor work together to come up with different ways to experience various situations. Personal and inter-personal problem can negatively impact the success of school students in class. The school counsellor tries to develop the practical and realistic plan that builds on each studentâ€™s strengths, achieve their goal, and instils hope for a positive future. Counselling is highly confidential and is available in our school.
Students goal from a key part of support plans and include emotion management, relationship development, communication and / or conflict resolution skills as well as develop more effective study habits and strengths for reducing stress and anxiety. The counsellor helps the students to assess their goal attainment and make plans for continued self care and future goal before completing their counselling session.
Types of Counselling
We offer three types of counselling services:
- Individual Counselling
- Group Counselling
- Peer Counselling
- Career Counselling
Individual counselling is one of our most frequently accessed services. We can help you work through a broad range of issues including:
- Adjusting to school life
- Anger management
- Anxiety and panic
- Body image/disordered eating
- Family or relationship issues
- Grief and loss
- Identity issues
- Lack of motivation
- Life events and transitions
- Stress management
- Sexual/emotional/physical abuse
- Suicidal thoughts
Group counselling is beneficial for those group of students which has same view points and problems. Using the resources of entire group for resolving difficulties or helping growth of members
Career counselling, through its specialised methods and techniques, take care of such needs of the students and helps them develop an adequate and integrated picture of themselves as future workers, citizens and professionals.
A peer counsellor promotes personal growth and development among the peers. Peer counsellors are there to help other students in improving their reading, writing and cognitive development.