Centre For Counselling

The Centre for Counselling, MLCU recognizes an individual’s physical and mental health as an important and integral aspect of their well-being. Its aim is to render services for a holistic development of students and staff by providing an enriching emotional and mental well-being through a safe and supportive environment within the campus. 

Activities and Networks by Centre for Counselling

Mental Gym: Mental Gym emphasizes on strengthening the mental and emotional capabilities of an individual from a psychological perspective. The aim of these Mental Gym sessions is to offer skills and perspectives that would help an individual be mentally equipped. The sessions are held once a week would offer insights and a frame of mind to develop practices through awareness on how to handle, cope and prevent from certain stressors which would help in enhancing the overall well-being of an individual. 

Students’ Club: A space where students come together in a completely informal environment to foster pro-social behaviour, sense of achievement and act as a positive force and outlet for students. 

Mentorship Network: In a Mentoring program Teachers act as close, trusted, and experienced colleagues and guides of the students in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance professional and personal growth. 

Counselling Services: Counselling is a one-to-one relationship between two people. The counsellor helps clients to explore, understand, and work through problems on an individual basis. It allows the client a safe place to be himself/herself and to say what he /she truly feel in confidence without fear of judgment, criticism or unwanted advice. A time spent with a competent professional can help a person, address issues and enhance his/her productivity and life satisfaction. The issues that could be brought to centre include:

  • Anti- Social Behaviour/Adjusting to College life
  • Self Esteem and Body Image Concerns
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Eating Disorders
  • Relationship Concerns (pre-marital counselling, couple counselling)
  • Family Conflicts
  • Substance Abuse
  • Victim of Abuse – physical, sexual and emotional

Confidentiality and Privacy of Records

It is the policy of the centre that counsellors must adhere to the policies and procedures of the centre, policies and regulations and the ethical guidelines of the respective professions. All client records will be kept as private data.

Reporting Physical and other forms of Abuse of Minors and Vulnerable Persons

If and when a counsellor learns of sufficient information to report abuse of a vulnerable person, a report will be made to the appropriate authority. The client will be told of the need to make a report and will be given the option of self-reporting with the support of the counsellor.  The counsellor will discuss the action taken with the concerned authority.

Timing: The Counselling Centre services are available from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday at the campus.

Fees: Free for MLCU Students and staff.

Others: Students- Rs. 250/session

Professionals- Rs. 500/ session

How to make an appointment?

You can come personally, WhatsApp, or call the counsellor for an appointment to share your concerns, improve upon your skills and well-being or just chat. 


Location:  MLCU Main Campus- Room No. 503

Mailing Address:  centreforcounselling.mlcu@gmail.com

Contact No: 9362703349

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