Student counseling is a therapy to assess the mind of the student and find the problem.
Childhood is an important landmark in every person’s life. Anything that happens in that stage has a direct impact on how they behave later in adulthood. The quality of the child’s relationship with their significant adults, the environment in which they are growing; greatly affect their cognitive, emotional and social development.
There is a rise in the awareness of mental health issues affecting children and adolescents, yet it is underestimated and unknown the impact that some adverse conditions and experiences have in children’s everyday life and future.
Children can be exposed to many issues from academic and social pressure, family breakdown; to more severe adverse life experiences, such as bullying, dysfunctional families, poverty, violence, inappropriate care. Which in the long run is very likely to cause emotional, physical and mental health problems.
Child therapy is important because is an opportunity for the child to learn to regulate their emotions and understand the connection between their feelings and behaviour in order to have more control over the them. Child therapy promotes :
1. Increase in self-esteem and confidence.
2. Decrease of anxiety and depression.
3. Development of a healthy sense of self.
4. Increase of social competencies.