The UDSM Guidance and Counselling services include, but not limited to:
- Anger and Stress Management
- Anxiety and Depression Issues
- Retirement and Retrenchment Counselling
- Marital and Marriage Counselling
- Academic Concerns
- Economic and Financial Concerns
- Health Related Concerns
- Grief Counselling
- Career Guidance and Counselling
- HIV/ AIDS Counselling
- Work and Life Balance
- Preventive Counselling
- Counselling People with Special Needs
- Rehabilitation Counselling
- Conflict Resolution to Staff and Students
- Sexuality Counselling
- Relationship Counselling
- Group Counselling
- Suicide Prevention
- Addiction Counselling
- Bullying and Harassment Concerns
WHY WE RECOMMEND OUR COUNSELLING SERVICES
- We adhere to professional counselling ethics and integrity
- We monitor clients’ progress and adjust the treatment plan if required
- We provide individual and group counselling sessions
- We raise mental awareness of clients through counselling sessions
- We provide education to the university community on counselling issues such as stress management, substance use, addiction, mental health, psychological wellbeing etc.
HOW TO ACCESS THE SERVICES
Please book an appointment by email, telephone or online.
The services provided are free of charge.
CROSS-CUTTING ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
- There will be assurance of confidentiality.
- There will be protection of persons guided and counselled from the effects of guidance and counselling.
- There will be insistence of securing consent from persons counselled.
- There will be assurance of avoidance of unethical use of information gained during guidance and counselling sessions.
- There will be assurance of a credible offer of the option of anonymity to individuals guided and counselled.