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Certificate Course on School Counselling :

Register for Batch - 16

Date: 23-29 Feb 2023 @ 07 pm to 09 pm
Fee: 8500* (Discounted fee: 4500 )
Last Date to apply: 20 Feb 2024

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Have you seen a child being too aggressive –
hitting and hurting other children, destroying things etc.?

Have you seen a boy/girl being too timid, withdrawn, aloof, isolated?

Have you seen an adolescent high school student being reckless, indulge in risk behaviours – smoking, drug, and alcohol abuse?

All of us have seen and have wondered why?

Why the children are like this?

How to set right these children?

What should be done to avoid these problem behaviours?

How to identify and address these behaviours and intervene to mainstream them?

The students need not be exceptional to encounter problems in school. They face a diverse array of problems and challenges as they progress through school years which manifests itself through these behaviors. We know that the children are an asset for a country since they are the future nation builders and their health and wellbeing always remain as a primary concern.

Children of elementary school, middle school, and high school spend the active part of their day at school and hence, school plays a very important role in moulding the personality which endures through thoughts, feelings and behaviours of the students.

School counsellors perform many important roles in educational communities. They support positive social, emotional, and mental health while also promoting academic excellence. Although students may be a school counsellor’s primary focus, teachers, parents, administrators and other educational stakeholders rely on the expertise of school counsellors to help facilitate positive and productive learning experiences.

Fulfilling all of these responsibilities requires a wide background in areas such as psychology, human development, behaviourism, learning theory, social work, ethics, and educational theory. counsellors typically must complete comprehensive training that will most often include a master’s degree in counselling, supervised fieldwork, and/or adequate professional training. The course aims to train, guide, and provide the tools and school counselling work processes & competencies to guide you in building a powerful school counselling work, to help your students and support their parents for their learning objectives and holistic development of your students.

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