Counselling is a professional relationship that the counsellor builds with NES students, teachers and parents. It aims at helping students to explore aspects of their lives, talk openly and freely about issues they encounter, and understand their abilities, special interests and potentials within their social context. Counselling could be provided on individual or group basis and also through classroom teaching skills.
Special counselling is provided to parents where advice and guidelines on how to connect with their children and build a two-way healthy relationship with them are given.
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