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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. If they cannot it causes them worries, unhappiness, anxiety, lack of confidence and other feelings that make life difficult.
The parents are asked to attend an interview at the school, where the counsellor’s view of the situation is explained. They agree that it is difficult to get their daughter to eat, and that they are very concerned but do not know what to do. The counsellor gives them the name of a doctor and offers to book an appointment for them, as time is of the essence. They agree. The counsellor asks them to get back in contact immediately after they have seen the doctor. The girl becomes very hostile to the counsellor and ‘forgets’ to attend counselling sessions.
Students who are being treated for depression or other psychiatric problems have PERSONAL COUNSELLING 41 a regular monthly session with the counsellor, or more often if the specialist regards this as desirable. The counsellor always asks the student’s permission to inform teachers of the student’s illness, so that necessary exemptions can be granted without any problems. Such permission is almost always given. Examination anxiety Many students consult the student counsellor about anxiety before examinations.