SERVICES

Many kinds of concerns and problems can be dealt better by interacting on an individual basis with a counselor. Individual therapy is a chance to speak about personal issues with a counselor confidentially and to encourage personal development and decision-making. The counselor and the student work together to recognize and discuss personal challenges and to achieve mutually agreed objectives. Sessions generally last 30 – 45 minutes one or two times per week. To provide counselling and developing skills pertaining to:

  • Issues related with online learning.
  • Extreme cleanliness practices/OCD
  • Illness anxiety
  • Uncertainty during COVID-19
  • Re-engagement/Readjustment in social life
  • Illness, grief and loss.
  • Difficulties in interpersonal relationships
  • Sleep & Eating disturbance
  • Life transition and adjustment issues.
  • Family & Financial issues
  • Lack of social support
  • Loneliness
  • Mood swings
  • Lack of educational concentration
  • Addictive behaviors
  • Anxiety, stress or Depression.
  • Suspiciousness/Trust issues
  • Stress Management & Effective coping skills
  • Hopelessness
  • Low self-esteem
  • Time management
  • Anger Management
  • Enhancing Resilience
  • Confidence Building & Assertiveness

Sometimes students may have particular issues that are better discussed by those who share the same concerns. Through giving and getting input from the other members and understanding that other have same problems and learning how they cope with them, can be really beneficial.

The psychosocial well-being center has prepared guidance programs which include activities, lectures, workshops and seminars. These are designed to achieve balanced growth in all aspects: academic, personal, social or cultural aspects of life and to improve the abilities of students to their full potential by providing with the knowledge, the required study skills, and the critical living skills. Lectures and workshops on a range of different topics.

  • How to manage Exams Anxiety
  • Healthy vs unhealthy attachment patterns
  • Healthy vs unhealthy coping mechanisms
  • Non-adherence to protective behaviors
  • Balance use of mobile and other gadgets
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Healthy eating, sleeping and exercise activities.
  • Procrastination
  • Good Listening & Communication Skills in class
  • Decision making
  • Building Self confidence
  • Effective time management and study Habits
  • Stress management
  • Anger management
  • Resilience
  • Prosocial behaviors
  • Ethical and moral issues
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Social intelligence
  • Emotion regulations skills
  • Assertiveness training