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Counseling Cell

Counseling is a non-judgmental activity where counselor and client work as a team to make positive changes in the client's approach to life; a person (client) who is basically psychologically healthy and facing adjustment, developmental and/or situational concerns or problems is empowered to gain awareness of him/herself and of his/her situation and to make decisions through the support and assistance offered by another person (counselor) through their relationship..

   Mr. Satish Rajanikant Jadhav
Emergency Mobile No 9561931427
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Counseling Membership

Counseling Services
Appointments :You can make an appointment by coming in or calling the Counseling Service during our office hours.

The Counseling Service provides services designed to promote the academic, personal, and social growth of students. The college years are times of accelerated growth, significant challenges and considerable stress. It is normal, even expected that students will encounter difficult or stressful events. However, when students use the resources available to them, there is a much greater chance of success and overall well-being. The Counseling Service offers individual, group, and general support services by qualified mental health professionals.

Counseling is a collaborative effort between the counselor and student. Whether this is your first or fifth time here, we encourage you to share with your counselor any questions you have about the Counseling Service or the therapy relationship, including how therapy works and how it can be useful to you.

We hope you will find your contact with the Counseling Service helpful. Students are invited to share any suggestions or concerns they may have, feel free to use the suggestion box located in the Counseling Service waiting area or you can choose to speak to our staff directly.

Students come to Counseling with concerns such as:
• procrastination
• loneliness
• body image worries
• anxiety
• lack of self-confidence
• eating problems
• abuse issues
• roommate issues
• family problems
• problems in intimate relationships
• questions about gender/sexual preferences
• depression
• cultural concerns
• achievement conflicts
• concerns about use of alcohol or drugs

Our counselor approaches psychological issues from the perspective that psychological health and well-being is affected by one's personal history and current environment. The aim of the service is to assist students in developing healthy, fulfilling relationships and increasing enjoyment in productive working and learning.

Services We Offer
Counseling Service clinician regularly provide consultation to students and other members of the Gharda Foundation community who have concerns about someone important to them. This consultation can be on a one-time basis or ongoing, as needed. Please know that while we are usually able to keep the source of information confidential, if the concerns raised during a consultation involve the immediate safety of a student or the campus community, we will follow-up as needed.

Individual Therapy
The Counseling Service provides students individual sessions. Some students find that their symptoms remit quickly and that they need to meet only a few times, while others are best served by meeting for the full sessions as decided. During your individual sessions, you and your therapist will talk about ways to address your concerns and help you find relief from the discomfort that led you to seek help.

Group Therapy
Many students feel isolated and alone in their feelings. Group therapy offers students a unique opportunity to meet others with similar concerns in a safe and confidential space. Students can share their problems and feel understood, supported, and challenged by their peers. We offer a variety of topic-focused groups for students, designed to reflect the interests and needs of the GIT student community. All groups and workshops are free and confidential.

Individual & Group Testing

At times students experience crises, feel confused and disoriented, or are at risk for harming themselves or someone else. If you feel that you cannot wait for an appointment, please let us know that you need to be seen immediately and we will be sure to accommodate you.