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About Psychological Counseling/Therapy

What is psychological counseling?

Psychological counseling is like a journey of growth, where, in a safe, free, and accepting space, individuals explore the challenges they face with a therapist. Together, they discuss, clarify, and attempt to address personal issues, finding possible ways to cope with the problems at hand. In various stages of life, whether in academics, relationships, daily life, interpersonal interactions, emotions, future direction, and more, one may encounter setbacks and confusion. Timely finding methods or external resources to assist oneself can help navigate through low points more quickly, allowing individuals to rediscover their inner potential and recognize the powerful aspects of themselves. While psychological counseling may not directly eliminate the problems faced, it empowers individuals with more energy and strategies to face challenges and grow, embracing a better version of themselves for the future.

In addition to individual psychological counseling, there is also "group psychological counseling." Group counseling, led by a facilitator, encourages members to exchange and share thoughts and feelings, promoting self-understanding and understanding of others. Group sessions typically occur weekly for six to ten weeks, depending on the arranged themes, all aimed at helping members delve deeper into their inner worlds. The difference between group counseling and individual counseling lies in the ability to interact simultaneously with many people, fostering interpersonal skills such as listening, empathy, and expression. Through shared experiences, individuals gain a sense of commonality, making the journey of growth less lonely. The counseling center organizes various themed group sessions each semester, welcoming participants based on their needs!


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