Individual counseling sessions provide a place for one-to-one discussion of personal problems and possible solutions.
It also provides an opportunity for further understanding of oneself and promote personal growth.
Counseling is not limited to pathological issues. People come to counseling with various issues from minor difficulties to traumatic incidents in their lives. Topics commonly brought to counseling are: depression, anxiety, emotional difficulties, interpersonal relationship, behavioral problems, habits, sexuality, dating, academics, career, stress. Other topics are brought to counseling; it will be based on an individualized plan co-created by the student and a counselor.
Experts in counseling are here to help and support you.
Each individual session is 50 minutes long.
Counseling usually continues for 10 sessions. However, number of sessions can be flexible; a student and a counselor can discuss to set number of sessions.
Appointments can be made at the school’s website, Eureka. Students will be scheduled a brief initial interview and be assigned to a counselor.