Students, employees attend NUST counselling camps

Key objectives of the daylong camp are to raise awareness about mental and emotional health


By News Desk March 29, 2019
Key objectives of the daylong camp are to raise awareness about mental and emotional health. PHOTO:FILE

Being cognisant of the importance of emotional wellbeing, NUST Centre for Counselling and Career Advisory (C3A) organises counselling camps twice a year to promote the concept and strategies of psychological health among the university populace. In the same context, a counselling camp was organised at NUST main campus on March 26.

Key objectives of the daylong camp were to raise awareness about mental and emotional health; and gain insights into individuals’ strengths and weaknesses, and, in so doing, equip them with strategies to cope with the challenges of life.

The camp was included different activities, such as on-spot counselling, career counselling, testing and assessment, signature analysis and hypnosis.

An overwhelming number of students, faculty and staff members registered themselves for different activities.

Students specifically showed a keen interest in testing and assessment, counselling and signature analysis.

C3A is a unit of NUST that provides primary mental health services for NUST fraternity.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 29th, 2019.

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