The Student Counseling Center (SCC) provides individual and group counseling to students at GLUK. Our counselors help students explore any academic or personal problems or concerns that they may be experiencing. Some common issues that arise include adjusting to university life, time management issues, confusion about life or career goals, anxiety, depression or dealing with grief and loss. Our Counseling Services utilize a service system that emphasizes trust, respect, confidentiality, and compassion. The SCC team is committed to the well-being and betterment of our students throughout their educational years at GLUK.
Our counselors are prepared to deal with a multitude of issues or concerns and encourage students to identify personal goals and help them develop coping skills and generate solutions to current difficulties. Students may receive help for any social, emotional, educational or vocational issues.
The concept of student-centeredness is the foundation of SCC’ efforts to provide services that employ a developmental perspective to focus on students’ interests and integrate their input. SCC’ emphasizes teaching and learning by aspiring not only to provide a quality service, but also to assist students to develop and refine life-long skills. SCC also adopts an intervention delivery model that acknowledges students as partners and active collaborators in the counseling process.