Counseling in its most simple form involves the process of giving advice or guidance. To seek counsel is to seek the advice, guidance or help of someone by talking about what is wrong and finding solutions to problems.
Counseling provides a regular time and space for people to talk about their troubles and explore difficult feelings in an environment that is dependable, free from intrusion and is confidential. Counseling is a form of therapy for emotional, psychological and/or relationship issues. College can be an exciting place, though at times it may become overwhelming and stressful. Research shows that 75-80% students in Metro Cities between the age group of 17 -24, suffer from mental stress..
Our mission at the Counseling Centre in S.M.Shetty College, is to promote the mental health of all our students, to improve their quality of life and create a learning environment that facilitates their individual development.
We aim to address whatever it is that may be of concern to students and is affecting their well being.
Any student can approach the counselor for help. All sessions are confidential and no information is released / revealed to anyone.
The counseling sessions are available between 11.30 am to 1.30pm.
Sessions usually take place once a week.
Student can take a prior appointment, and can avail the services.