- Listen in an open and non-judgemental way to student concerns that may be academic, emotional, social, or behavioural.
- Advice parents and teachers of the academic social and emotional challenges students face at different ages, to expand on the ways parents and teachers can help at home and school.
- Work directly with students to resolve the issues that concern them, by setting actionable goals.
- Mediate and resolve conflicts (not only the conflicts between students but conflicts between students and teachers or teachers and parents) so that personal conflicts do not interrupt academic activities or disrupt the student's goals.
- Assist students with learning problems, help them in their academic performance and development.
- Organise counselling programs in the school, which may include peer counselling, bullying prevention programs, gender sensitizing.
- Will have to aid students with access to resources outside of the school to provide further support. The counsellor may have to provide a student or their parents with a referral to a senior psychologist/counsellor, if required.
Required Candidate profile
The Person Should have
1. Master's Degree in Psychology from a well-known college or institute
2. 7-10 years' experience of counselling students in a reputed school
3. Worked with students of all ages, and have an understanding of the different needs of students at every stage of development
4. Excellent communication skills, including the ability to actively listen to a student's thoughts, feelings, and concerns, and provide helpful advice
5. High levels of patience and compassion, to help students deal with a range of academic, emotional, social, and behavioural issues
Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter
Desired Candidate Profile
UG:B.A - Arts&Humanities, Psychology
PG:M.A - Psychology
Doctorate:Doctorate Not Required
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