- Direct monitoring of students – observation and individual and group intervention;
crisis intervention; support for students in their socialisation process and school integration.
- Indirect monitoring of students – collaboration and articulation with educators/
teachers in implementing methodologies and strategies for inclusion and learning.
- Counselling/Consulting with parents/guardians; Teachers
- Awareness-raising and psychoeducation actions:
During the school year, various activities are organised to meet the
students’ needs, as well as to meet the requests of the class directors.
Individual school counselling sessions are designed to support our students in their emotional and social development. The intervention is time-limited through a solution-focused approach to the resources and abilities of our students. The aim is to reflect together on strategies that may lead to the successful resolution of the problem. These sessions do not replace a psychological follow-up process.
In times of Pandemic, it was necessary to strengthen the proximity with our students. Together with the school’s teaching staff, the Psychology, Guidance and Counselling Office created during January 2020/2021 school break several activities to minimise the impact of the moment we were experiencing.
In February 2022, we received the shocking news of the conflict in Ukraine. Our students shared their anguish about the news and the war-related content. o guarantee reliable information and to provide strategies that would allow the best management of the different feelings expressed, the Psychology, Guidance and Counselling Office, together with Professor Patrícia Costa, created an explanatory video.
We keep in touch
The Colégio Guadalupe ensures the continuity of the follow-up of our former students, both by the Psychology, Guidance and Counselling Office and the whole educational community.