The Counselling Section of OSA supports students who are going through personal difficulties and emotional distress, which are often in relation to academic, social, career, family and other life concerns. To facilitate students’ personal growth, the Counselling Section also organizes developmental programmes to enhance students’ self-understanding, mental wellness and resilience.
The services of the Counselling Section include :
Our Student Counsellors are here to help students who are experiencing emotional distress in their academic study, family, romantic and interpersonal relationships etc. Individual counselling service is free for current HKSYU students. All information and content of the counselling sessions will be kept confidential.
You can make your appointment by submitting the Message Form. We can also be reached by:
Tel : (852) 2104-8222
Email : email@example.com
H401, 4/F, Residential & Amenities Complex, Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Mon to Fri : 9am - 1pm; 2pm - 6pm
Sat, Sun and Public Holidays : Closed
Apart from the OSA counselling service, students can also seek help from community resources.
Every year, Counselling Section organizes programmes, seminars and workshops on different topics to promote students’ self-development. They include:
- Fun & Experience
Educational programmes on health topics such as sleep hygiene, smoking habits and vaccinations are organised by the Counselling Section. These programmes are designed to address concerns on physical health and the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Students are welcomed to check out the programme details by referring to News section under OSA website and by email.
The University is committed to offering equal opportunities for students with special educational needs/disabilities in their academic pursuits by promoting an inclusive and supportive learning environment. Counselling Section is responsible for monitoring and coordinating the learning resources for students with special educational needs/disabilities. Students’ needs will be assessed individually. Specific adjustments will be determined with reference to the recommendations from relevant professionals, special arrangements previously offered in public examinations and other special learning accommodations provided by secondary schools/educational institutions in the past.
Students with special educational needs/disabilities are advised to contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss their needs so that individualized services can be arranged.