Dr. Harshant Upadhyaya  (Psychologist)

Student Counselling & Personality Development

Way to hope can help with personal and emotional problems, whether or not they affect your studies. We are open to all students, and our service is absolutely confidential. 
Counselling can offer you a space to talk and think about problems and difficulties, and many people find it helpful to be able to do this with someone who is not a friend or family member. Counsellors are not the same as psychiatrists, and cannot prescribe medication. Counselling is not about giving advice, but can help you understand difficulties. Your counsellor can work with you to help you make decisions and changes that may work better for you.

Some of the difficulties that students often raise include:
  1. problems with anxiety and strepss; social anxiety;
  2. depression; loneliness;
  3. adjusting to a new culture; homesickness;
  4. problems with family, friends or intimate relationships;
  5. Break ups;
  6. bereavement and loss;
  7. study problems, including difficulties with writing, speaking and putting things off (procrastination) and perfectionism;
  8. racism and harassment;
  9. sexual abuse; coping with trauma; sexual harassment;
  10. sexual assault
  11. disability;
  12. feeling suicidal;
  13. eating disorders;
  14. addictions, including alcohol, drugs and gambling.

There may be other problems that you wish to discuss that are not included in this short list.

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