Appointments-Counseling and Skills Development Unit (CSDU)



 

What is counseling?


Counseling is a collaborative process which involves the development of a unique, confidential helping relationship. In this relationship, the counselor acts as a facilitator in helping the client to understand more accurately him/herself and the world around him/her. Individuals are helped to understand their feelings and behaviors, their relationships with others, their particular situation, choices, and decisions.

 

How Do I Make An Appointment?

Visit our office at Student Affairs from 9:00 am - 4:00 or make an appointment by filling this form.

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For any question Please call us:
Male counselor: 011-2157847
Female counselor: 011-2157825

 

Why do Students come for Counseling?

Students frequently use our services to address:

  • Personal Issues: stress, anxiety, depression, anger, loneliness, low self-esteem, grief.
  • Academic Concerns: performance anxiety, perfectionism, underachievement, procrastination, choice of major or career.
  • Other Issues: family issues, effects of trauma, substance abuse.


 

Who are the Counselors?

The staff consists of qualified, trained mental health professionals with backgrounds in psychology.