• Maintain academic standards and set goals for academic success.
• Develop skills to improve organization, study habits, and time management.
• Work through personal problems that may affect academics or relationships.
• Improve social skills.
Cope with school or community-related violence, accidents, and trauma.
• Identify interests, strengths, and aptitudes through assessment.
• The counselors offer individual counseling to help students resolve personal or interpersonal
problems. They may also offer small group counseling to help students enhance listening
and social skills, learn to empathize with others, and find social support through healthy peer
relationships. For students who are otherwise unable to access mental health services, school
counselors provide support at no cost. School counselors also provide support to school staff
by assisting with classroom management techniques and the development of programs to
improve mental health or school safety. When necessary, counselors may also intervene in a
disrupted learning environment..
• Does Counsellors treat the mental disorders within students??
• When a school counselor suspects the presence of a learning, behavioral, or mental health
concern, they will typically provide a referral to a specialist in the community. Learning difficulties
can be diagnosed by school or educational psychologists or neuropsychologists, and ADHD is
generally diagnosed by psychiatrists, physicians, or clinical psychologists from our team ..