• OVERCOMING EXAM PHOBIA: Exam usually leads to a lot of tension and anxiety. Exam phobia is a mental disorder found in most of the students, it becomes worse and the fear intensifies.
  • COPING WITH STRESS: Stress is often described as a feeling of being overwhelmed, worried or run down. Stress can affect people of all ages, genders and circumstances can lead to both physical and psychological health issues. Stress is any uncomfortable emotional experience accompanied by predictable biochemical, physiological and behavioural changes.
  • OVERCOMING MOBILE/INTERNET/SOCIAL MEDIA ADDICTION: Mobile addiction is defined as chronic or periodic obsessions caused by repeated use of phones, which may lead to intense and sustained demand and reliance. People suffering from this condition oftentimes have what has been coined “nomophobia”, or the fear of being without one’s cell phone.
  • HELP STUDENTS MANAGE ANXIETY DISORDERS: Anxiety disorders are a category of mental health diagnoses that lead to excessive nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worry. Anxiety is a normal and often healthy emotion. However, when a person regularly feels disproportionate levels of anxiety, it might become a medical disorder.
  • ENHANCING COPING SKILLS: Helping individuals cope with new situations and challenges.
  • BEHAVIOUR ACCEPTANCE AND CHANGE: To enable clients to live a more productive and satisfying life. Use specific goals rather than general ones. Goals should be measurable so the client can assess their progress.
  • PROMOTE DECISION MAKING: Assisting the individual to make good decisions and not making their decisions for them. Helping them realise the consequences of their decisions. Explore a range of options and helping clients to see how their emotions, attitudes and values influence their decisions and choices.
  • FACILITATE CLIENT’S POTENTIAL: Improving the personal effectiveness of clients. Learning to use the clients’ abilities and interests to help the individual attain his/her potential. Emphasis on “whole wellness” – emotional, spiritual, physical, mental and psychological.
  • PROMOTING PRODUCTIVITY AND RESILIENCE: Negative self-image or lack of social skills are often the triggers of lacking relationships by enabling the client to have unconditional positive regard towards self and others. We aim to empower the clients to become healthier and a more contributing member of the society. In turn benefitting the community at large and helping in nation building by addressing various issues of individuals across their lives.
  • RELATIONSHIP ISSUES: All relationships go through difficult periods from time to time. Common issues that couples present at couples counselling include: frequent arguing or lack of communication, inability to reach a specific decision, infidelity, feelings of jealousy and insecurity within a relationship, sadness and reluctance to commit to the relationship.
  • ADJUSTMENT DISORDER AND DELINQUENCY: Adjustment disorder is a group of symptoms, such as stress, feeling sad or hopeless, and physical symptoms that can occur after you go through a stressful life event. The symptoms occur because you are having a hard time coping. Your reaction is stronger than expected for the type of event that occurred.

The type of environment that the students function within can have a significant influence on their identity and connection to others. A counsellor work with students individually and/or in groups experiencing an increased amount of psychological distress to help determine, address and remediate the source of the disturbance. Therapeutic interventions are used to create more empathetic, selfless, grateful individuals. Dysfunctional environments can lead individuals to develop social and psychological impairments. Through the holistic treatment of a community, counsellors can help alleviate mental health issues on a large scale thus empowering the youth and capacitate them to be able to take on the various challenges of life.

  • Professionally certified counsellors, psychologists and therapists.
  • Five functional rooms
  • Working days: Monday to Friday (initially)
  • Working hours: Morning schedule -10:00 am to 12:00 pm, Evening schedule - 04:00 pm to 06:00 pm.
  • Coordinator

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