A top education counsellor works with students regarding their social and career goals. In this competitive age, students face a lot of stress, anxiety and depression dealing with pressure in schools and colleges.
Often referred to as school counselling, education counselling plays an important role in resolving negative situations and behaviour and improving upon the positive.
Educational Counselling is a type of counselling where a highly certified counsellor looks after the students from schools and colleges to deal with their social and academic issues.
Some of the common student issues are bullying, anger, adolescence, personal growth, parental issues, abuse, neglect, grief, conflicts with peers and teachers, advisory on career choices. Education counselling helps in dealing with the negative effects of certain uncontrollable situations in a student’s life and tries to provide help to overcome them effectively.
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A highly certified professional education counsellor works closely with students in a school and college environment and assists children with special needs in their studies, career and personal issues. The best education counsellor will help students to understand and evaluate closely their hopes, dreams, aspirations, interests and abilities.
Not only this, the education counsellor also interacts with parents, guardians and teachers to help them deal with the student’s behaviour and academic issues. Carefully monitoring the strengths and weaknesses of each student and the personal issues that they are dealing with like - behavioural, academic, abandonment, abuse, divorced parents or even learning disabilities - the education counsellor will help the child overcome such issues.
An educational counsellor assists students from elementary school to colleges and addresses concerns about academic, emotional or social problems.
Yes, online educational counselling is effective the same way a traditional counselling is. Rather studies have shown that online educational counselling helps students open up more about their problems more and this helps to find more effective solutions.
A good educational counsellor should have skills like listening, empathy, genuineness, unconditional positive regard, open questions, self disclosure and an ability to find solutions.
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