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Education counselling

Although I agree that it is impossible to nudge a person in the “right” direction when it comes to choosing a major, there is something helpful. Educational counselling. It mainly refers to helping students out with streamlining their potential options concerning their educational careers. 

When it comes to the professional conducting educational counselling, he/she could address a wide variety of issues. And they are mentioned as follows:

  • Family/parental Issues
  • Puberty-related questions
  • Issues concerning educational and career choices
  • Concerns regarding grades
  • Issues concerning bullying/quarrelling

Benefits of Educational Counselling services:

PinkyMind has successfully established its name on the internet when it comes to any form of counselling, and educational counselling is no exception.

Listed below are some of the many benefits our educational counsellors may provide:

  • Help in understanding your key strengths.
  • Help in digging out your naturally gifted areas.
  • Assistance in better understanding your chosen educational path.
  • Help in better analyze course options based on your personal preferences and limitations.

Why students may need such Counselling:

  • It might help find the right career path and so, can things more fruitful for you.
  • It might assist you attain confidence and insight.
  • The counselling might help get rid of frustration
  • It may aid you in valuable self-evaluation
  • It may also help in listing down and getting deeper into your varying skill sets.
  • And much more!

At some point in their school and college life, every student requires valuable guidance to help them get by the usual frustration and focus on what is important. And that is why educational counsellors are all the rage these days, and of course for a good cause.

So, if you are a student and think that you might need the assistance of an educational counsellor, then PinkyMind is just the platform for you! So, just head on to our therapy page and apply for educational counselling.

Click here for counselling, also click here to read more good stuff like this, by PinkyMind!

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