By Guorun Helga Sederholm, Gundrun Helga Sederholm
During this useful advisor, Gudrun Sederholm discusses methods of drawing close such issues as examination offerings and coping with homework, university leaving and selecting a profession course, and emotional concerns equivalent to verbal exchange difficulties within the kin, consuming problems, melancholy, sexuality and long term sickness.
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Counsellors must thus deal with a difficult situation. A typical scenario might unfold as follows. Some girls talk to the counsellor about a friend’s problem. They are very concerned that she eats nothing and is very thin. They are afraid she may be anorexic. The counsellor explains to them how the girl will be approached and praises them for having drawn attention to the situation. The girls do not want it known that the problem was first mentioned by them. The counsellor contacts the girl’s class teacher and discusses the progress of her studies in general terms.
Eating disorders are a hidden problem, and the individual in question does not realise that a problem exists. The counsellor seeks a means of approaching the person cautiously so that the relationship will not be disrupted. On occasion the problem is very severe, in which case the counsellor makes contact with the parents and calls them in for an interview to explain their responsibility and to point out the importance of seeking expert advice without delay. In such cases, students often defend themselves by denial, so the counsellor informs the parents that the progress of the case will be kept under review.
In the two-phase sessions with new students, sex is one of the subjects discussed. The student understands that sex may be discussed with the counsellor. People often find it embarrassing to discuss sex, yet it is a driving force of most people’s lives. Young people are fascinated with sex, and student counsellors must feel able to discuss it frankly. If they cannot do this, there will be major ‘blind spots’ in their counselling. All young people have drives and desires that must be satisfied in some way.
Counselling Young People in School by Guorun Helga Sederholm, Gundrun Helga Sederholm