Counseling is a form of psychological of talking therapy that offers people a chance to change how they feel and live together.
The Rosemary model school provides a regular time and space for students to talk about their troubles and explore difficult feelings in an environment that is dependable free from intrusion and confidential. Three counselors, one each for lower level, middle level and higher level classes give counseling for our students once in a week. Our counselors respect the students’ view point while helping them to deal with specific problems, cope with crisis, improve their relationships or develop better ways of living.
Our counselors don’t usually offer advice. Instead, they help the students to gain insight into their feelings and behavior, if necessary. The counselors do this by listening to what the students have to say and commenting on it from their perspective.