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BRAND MANAGEMENTFINAL REPORTStudent Counseling CenterCOUNSELING GAZEBO

Submitted to: MAAM SOBIA SHUJAATFrom: FAIZA BAIGFARIHA ANSARIHADEEQA TUL FATIMAMAAZ ALI BAIGOBAIDULLAHOWAIS NUSRATRIJA SEHBAITABLE OF CONTENTSAcknowledgement5Letter of Transmittal:5Mission:7Vision:7Values:7PRIMARY FUNCTION OF OUR COUNSELING CENTRE:7WHO IS A CAREER COUNSELOR?8WHY TRY COUNSELING?8STAFF COUNSELING:9Who is the Service for?9Who are the Staff Counselors?9COUNSELING:9WAITING LIST POLICY:10HOW TO APPROACH A STUDENT WHO APPEARS TO BE IN DIFFICULTY:101.LISTEN102.ACKNOWLEDGE103.EXPRESS CONCERN104.OFFER HOPE.11IDENTIFYING AT RISK STUDENTS:111. Stated Need for Help:11WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?12STUDENTS WHO MOST BENEFIT FROM CAREER COUNSELING INCLUDE THOSE WHO:12CAREER ASSESSMENT TESTS:13Strong Interest Inventory (SII):13Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI):14Aims and Objectives of Counseling:16How is Counseling Helpful?17KEY AREAS OF SERVICE:17Personal Counseling:17Professional Counseling Supervision:18Individual Counseling:18Group Counseling:18Psychological Testing:18Career Counseling:18Primary Counseling:18Secondary Counseling:18What is Counseling Supervision?19Supervision as a relationship:19How does Confidentiality impact Supervision?19LOSS & GRIEF19COUNSELING PRINCIPLE AND PROCESSES:20PERSONS INVOLVED IN STUDENT COUNSELING:21COUNSELING USUALLY TAKES PLACE ON A ONE-TO-ONE BASIS:21STUDENT COUNSELING:21WORK PLACEMENT:22CAREER AND RECRUITMENT COUNSELING:22STUDENT EXCHANGE COUNSELING:22THESIS COUNSELING:22LIBRARY:22PERSONAL COUNSELING AND PERSONAL STUDY PLANS:22PEER COUNSELING:23COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT GUIDANCE & COUNSELING:23COUNSELING GAZEBO FACEBOOK PAGE:24Updated Information: we will keep updating students regarding any change in the schedule or prior commitments24Feed Back: we will collect students feed back24Quick Guide: we will provide a quick guide for general problem, problems prevailing at the surface etc24SURVEY CONDUCTED IN OUR UNIVERSITY:24Objective of survey:24Analysis:24AGREE WITH STATEMENT * GENDER CROSS TABULATION24FEEL STRESSED ABOUT CAREER:26AGREE ON THE IDEA FOR A NEW COUNSELING CENTER:27NEED FOR PROFESSIONALS:28DECSION MAKING GETS EASIER THROUGH COUNSELING:28NEED FOR GUIDANCE:29Findings:29QUESTIONNAIRE30RECOMMENDATIONS:32

Acknowledgement

We would like to thank Ma`am Sobia Shujaat for giving us such an opportunity to learn and practice whatever we have been studying in the course. It has proved to be a learning experience. This task has given us a positive exposure of the basics and important aspects of the course. Being a brand management student it has given us a better understanding of the topics taught during the lectures and it has helped a lot for polishing our skills and experience to develop the report

Letter of Transmittal:

Date Of Submission: 13-5-2015Respected Teacher,We are pleased to present the report on student counseling center as per the requirements.The report has been prepared persuaded to the requirements of the criteria. It has helped us to polish our learning skills. This report has covered surveys, proper plan for counseling center and different aspects of the topic.Thank YouYours obedientStudents of BBA 8A Brand Management

Mission:

Counseling Gazebo fosters the personal, emotional and academic well-being of students and helps them, reach their full potential by providing complete counseling, standard training across campus. Our entire staff is committed to providing a safe, welcoming and affirming environment for all students.Vision:

Counseling Gazebo wants to develop itself as a trusted, highly visible, comprehensive counseling center that continually strives to enhancethe mental health and the overall well-being of students.It embraces diversity and works within the university to promotea welcoming environment for all students, faculty, and staff.Values:

Individual attention:We are committed to providing individualized attention to students characterized by respect, care, and a genuine desire to be helpful. Creativity:We believe that being innovative and creative will help student in every aspect of their life. Healthy Organizational Climate:We show compassion, mutual trust, and humor in our interactions. We actively try to create a sense of community that is helpful and respectful of individuals finding balance in theirprofessional lives.PRIMARY FUNCTION OF OUR COUNSELING CENTRE:

The primary function of the Counseling Centre is to help students develop their personal capabilities.It is important to note that our services are available to currently registered students. The Counseling Centre helps students develop their study strategies throughacademic support programming.The Centre offerssupport for study problemsin which students learn to apply strategies for managing university level academic work more effectively. A counselor is available Monday - Friday for currently registered students who feel they need to be seen immediately Students are seen on a first come, first serve basis

WHO IS A CAREER COUNSELOR?

Your Career Counselor would hold a masters degree in counseling and would have expertise in career development theory, counseling techniques, administration and interpretation of assessments, and career information resources. Job search/ career attainment process is also a critical aspect of your career development, and therefore, Job Search Advising and Career Counseling are intertwined. A Career Counselor is also fully trained to assist with all aspects of job search.The Counseling Service is here to help you gain understanding and insight into any difficulties you may be experiencing, to develop emotional resilience and put into effect real change, enabling you to fulfill your academic and personal potential. The Service offers free and confidential support, but it is not an emergency service.WHY TRY COUNSELING?

Counselors help you to deal with problems that are having a negative effect on your academic work, as well as your enjoyment of university life. Counseling may include individual, group and class work to provide both an intervention and prevention service. The intention of the counseling service is:

To respond to emotional, social, intellectual, academic and career needs in a developmentally appropriate manner To provide an environment which is conducive to self-exploration in order to develop an awareness of personal uniqueness which is of primary concern in the counseling process To promote personal and social development appropriate to developmental stages To help students, through their families and the community, grow in areas such as self-esteem and individual responsibility, and in skills such as decision making and social relationships To support a students academic progress through a variety of interventions which may include individual assessments, goal setting, assisting with the development of Individual Education Plans (IEP), study habits and organizational skills.STAFF COUNSELING:

Who is the Service for?The Staff Counseling Service is available free of charge to all staff who hold a University contract of employment: academic, academic-related, assistant, research and technical.Who are the Staff Counselors?The Service is staffed by professionally attributed and widely experienced Staff Counselors. All are used to helping people from many different backgrounds and cultures and with a wide range of personal issues.

COUNSELING:

In general, if work is affecting your emotional or psychological health, or if your emotional or psychological health is affecting your work, you may find counseling helpful. Members of staff at the University approach the Counseling service for help with a wide range of issues. Staff may come with work issues such as stress, bullying or harassment, work block or difficult relationships with colleagues. They may also come with personal issues such as bereavement, family or relationship difficulties, cultural experiences, or for support with questions relating to their sexual orientation or gender identity. The Counseling Service is inclusive of all University staff and able to respond sensitively to a diverse range of different concerns that people may have. Most work or personal issues can be helped through counseling. If you are not sure whether counseling could help you, please ask for a Pre-counseling session, when you could discuss this with one of the counselors.The Counseling sessions last 50 minutes. At the first session you can talk over the reasons for seeking counseling and together with your counselor decide on the most appropriate way forward. Some find this exploratory session sufficient on its own; others will want ongoing individual counseling or referral to other help. We usually find that most people are helped in 6-10 sessions.We organize our work by offering each client an appointment 'slot' (e.g. 9am on Monday) with a particular counselor, which remains the same for the duration of the sessions. The waiting list is for one of these 'slots'. It is important to complete the availability chart on the Pre-Counseling Form to indicate times when you will be able to consistently attend. We do at times have single sessions available and can use these to see someone quickly if appropriate while they are waiting.WAITING LIST POLICY:

There are times when the wait for counseling is longer than we would like. This happens when the demand for counseling is greater than the number of appointments we can offer, but it is also due to a minority of staff not confirming or not keeping appointments - and thus the appointments are 'wasted'. To reduce waiting times for everyone, we have the following policy:Priority on our waiting list takes into account the severity or urgency of your situation and the length of time you have been waiting. When