SCHOOL Counsellor

Name: Ms Parul Vij, M. A. in Psychology, Certificate in Art therapy and Hypnotherapy.

Designation: Senior Life Skills Counsellor, 

Ms. Parul Vij  has worked in some of the reputed Day and Residential schools. During her tenure she has handled various profiles. She has also received Award of Excellence in the field of Psychology at Kanya Mahavidyalaya , Jalandhar. She believes that Human beings are the most complex species and are influenced by various thoughts, emotions, external stimuli and experiences and  the problems are not always caused by life events, but many a times by the way we perceive and handle them. She  also believes that human behaviour is conditioned due to its interaction with the environment around. So if one maladaptive behaviour can be learned, it can be unlearned also and more adaptive ways can be relearned by us. However making changes within yourself and in your surroundings is not easy, infact it can be very difficult at times. But she is here to help our young learners by providing them a safe space to discuss and find solutions for their emotional, academic, social challenges. She is here to collaborate with the students, on how they could make the hard stuff easier and develop resilience in them so that they can bounce back with all their strength every time they fall

Name: Ms Nisha, B.A.(Hons.) Applied Psychology, M.A. Psychology ,Post Graduate diploma in Guidance and Counseling, and Certifications in Emotional Intelligence and Psychology of Language .

Designation: Junior Life Skills Counsellor

Additional Responsibility: Child Protection Officer

Ms Nisha is  an optimistic person and believe in seeing the best in people. Her ambition as a school counsellor is to help each student work to their potential and also to assist parents and teachers in achieving this goal. Her experiences as a Counselor have provided her with success in helping students to identify and change their way of thinking and beliefs. In addition, She has assisted students to be aware of automatic
thoughts and have implemented behavioural techniques and cognitive modification.
  She feels strongly that collaborative effort between the counsellor, student, parents/guardians, administration, and teachers is necessary for student success and happiness