Counseling and Mental HealthApril 18, 2022 2023-01-22 11:39
Counseling and Mental Health
Counseling & Mental Health
The University Counseling Center
Counseling Center services
Who we are??
How We Can Help??
The University Administration contract with Prof. Mohamed Khalaf Mohamed Ali, Consultant Psychiatrist at Minya University Hospital, to discuss mental health cases in accordance with the following controls:
Cases are transferred to Prof. Mohamed Khalaf in writing through Prof. Manar Samir Mohamed – University Consultant for Medical Affairs or Prof. Al-Nabegha Fathi Mohamed – Director of the Psychological Counseling Unit.
The official in the medical clinic or psychological counseling center informs the recipient of the service of the date and place of the examination (at the university or at the clinic of Prof. Mohammed Khalaf according to the desire of the recipient of the service).
- Provide appropriate advice and counsel for students suffering from mental health issues.
- Assess the mental health of students seeking help and inform instructors of any special requirements to accommodate such students.
- Refer cases requiring medical attention to the university clinic or university psychiatrist for medical care.
We want to support you every step of the way on your journey with us and we understand that sometimes when you are experiencing problems it can be helpful to talk about them with someone else. Often that might be friends, family, or a member of staff, but sometimes it can also be helpful to talk to an impartial counselor who is outside of the situation, and who has experience in discussing similar issues.
Deraya offers Counselling & Mental Health Services. Our specialist counselor is an expert in talking about a range of mental health topics. Our Student Counselling Service offers you an opportunity to discuss concerns in a way that is different from talking to someone you know. Our counselor has many years of experience, the service is supportive, safe, and confidential.
It’s important to remember that the Student Counselling Service isn’t meant to support students with long-term challenges but rather to help individuals overcome short-term obstacles.