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TBC Students Counselling and Well being Unit

TBC Students Counselling and Well being Unit


The British College Student Counselling and Wellbeing Unit (TBC SCWU) provides a safe space for all students, faculty, and staff - to focus on Mental Health and Wellbeing. The service providers are trained mental health professionals who maintain confidentiality, encourage honesty when sharing, and offer support for improved mental health.



Your Service Providers:



Happy Minds is a mental health and wellbeing platform that focuses on digital mental health literacy and provides easy access to trained mental health professionals.



Answer with honesty to know more about your characteristics and behaviors: your strongest traits, feedback on a few areas to improve and flagged concerns if any mental health issues.

● For students, the assessment can be a great way to seek guidance for future education and career perspectives, invest in personality development, and seek support for concerned wellbeing challenges.

● For staff members, the assessment helps you to understand about your dominant and
sub-dominant personality, motivational factors, preferred communication style, areas of
improvement and more.

To begin:

Email to for the assessment form, it takes up to 15 minutes to fill in the form.
Simply send back the form and wait to hear back from us.


A message from Department Supervisor


Ms Sirjana Adhikari

Clinical Psychologist, Child and Adolescent Development





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Whatsapp/Viber: +977 9801031442





Why is student counselling important?


Through proper guidance, students make better choices in life as well as get mentally prepared for the future. The students can also talk about their confusion, vulnerable moments, personal challenges, and more with the counsellors. For anyone who would like to improve their personal development skills, this provides them with the opportunity to seek guidance on how to reach their highest potential.



How does counselling work?


Once you are allocated your counsellor, the session will be conducted virtually. Counsellors will request you to stay in an area with no disturbance and a good internet connection - and if comfortable, ask you to turn on your video. In the first session you are usually asked to share your background and talk about your state of wellbeing. You will then both will sit together to work on building a better version of yourself through mutual respect and cooperation.


Will my counsellor share my information?


Client confidentiality is the counsellor’s priority. Any information shared with a counsellor is kept with the utmost confidentiality. The counsellor will only disclose information to the College / guardians / law enforcement agency if the client is believed to be at harm to themselves or others.


I am not a student but can I book a counselling appointment?


Yes, all TBC members are entitled to seek support with the Students Counselling and Wellbeing Unit. This includes students, teachers, and non-teaching staff.


How long is a counselling session?


Each counselling session is between 45 and 60 minutes long.


How can I prepare for counselling?


Your initial session will be an opportunity for you to tell your counsellor why you have referred yourself for counselling. It is okay if you do not know what your challenge is at this point, but you may want to think about any questions you may have for the counsellor at this stage.


What issues can I share at counselling?


You may speak regarding any issues concerning you - whether they are personal or professional - during your counselling session. Problems may include anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma healing, anger management, overthinking, time management, building confidence, study tips, or conflict resolving - but are by no means restricted to this list.



TBC Students Counselling and Well being Unit



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