The Centre for Counseling Psychology in Holy Cross College has been one of its innovative best practices. The Centre since its inception in 2014 has been offering counseling services holistically to attain and address various student related issues like academic performance , emotional wellbeing , behavioural issues , career and occupational counseling & psychosocial needs of the students .
The Centre has been also successfully playing its role as a hyphen and interface between the teachers and students, parents and institutions, in the field of academic affairs that directly or indirectly relate to all round and holistic development of students .
The Centre for Counseling Psychology over the years has been successful in establishing its credibility and relevance in functioning of Holy Cross College, Agartala as a pioneer institute of higher learning . It has been a well codified fact that the Centre has been a huge success story in a short span of time . This fact can be corroborated by the increasing number of students who have been visiting the counseling centre & attending counseling sessions spontaneously . There was a time the teachers had to actively / consciously asking the students to visit the Counseling Centre for their various issues and challenges they have been facing . However , now a days the students on their own voluntarily coming to the Centre & taking appointment in advance for getting their requires counseling .
Moreover, the parents are also contacting the Centre for the wellbeing of their wards.
The centre is quite optimistic that in the coming days the Centre for Counseling Psychology would be successful in providing more and more indebt counseling services in hither to unexplored and emerging areas of need based counseling . It would be an understatement unless it is admitted that whatever has been achieved so far by the Centre for Counseling Psychology is only due to the active support and guidance from the Principal and Holy Cross College administration in general.
Mrs. MOUSHUMI JENA (In-Charge)