MCEM offers student counselling service, as the welfare of students is its major concern. The aim is to ensure that whatever personal, emotional or psychological problems students experience, the impact of it on academic studies are kept to a minimum and the student’s capacity for achievement is optimised.
Counselling service provides assistance to problems which include:
• cultural transition
• social skills
• self-esteem issues
• confidence building
• stress and anxiety
• depression and suicidal feelings
• loss and bereavement
• trauma and crisis intervention
• academic problems including motivation and concentration
• relationship issues
• family problems
• any other personal, emotional, social or psychological problem.