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  • 1. CHILD COUNSELING DR.MINAL MEHTA [email_address]
  • 2. COMPONENTS
    • ATTITUDES
    • SKILLS
    • COUNSELING PROCESS WITH OBJECTIVE – example – change of behavior, building self esteem, therapeutic
  • 3. ATTITUDES
    • POSITIVE REGARD
    • EMPATHY
    • GENUINENESS
    • NON-JUDGEMENTAL
  • 4. SKILLS
    • ATTENDING SKILLS
    • LISTENING SKILLS
    • RESPONDING SKILLS
    • NON-VERBAL BODY LANGUAGE
    • TONE OF VOICE
  • 5. CHILD COUNSELING-Do’s
    • Establishing helping relationships with children
    • Helping children tell their story
    • Listening attentively to children
    • Giving children correct and appropriate information
    • Helping children make informed decisions
    • Helping children recognise and build on their strengths
    • Helping children develop a positive attitude towards life.
  • 6. CHILD COUNSELING-Don’ts
    • Making decisions on behalf of children
    • Judging children
    • Interrogating children
    • Blaming children
    • Preaching or lecturing to children
    • Making promises you cannot keep
    • Imposing your own beliefs on children
    • Arguing with children.
  • 7. TOOLS/METHODS
    • DRAWING
    • DRAMA
    • STORY TELLING
    • PLAYING GAMES
  • 8. CONFIDENTIALITY
    • GROUP DISCUSSION- WHAT DOES GROUP FEEL?
  • 9. AGE OF THE CHILD
    • < 5 YEARS- Sit down on the floor and play
  • 10. Age of the Child
    • 6-12 YEARS- some activity
  • 11. Age of the Child
    • 13- 18 YEARS- ask them about their interest as this builds rapport
    • Age appropriate
    • language
  • 12. Family consent
    • Pre Test
    • Post test
    • HIV status
    • disclosure-
    • child /sibling
  • 13. Impact of HIV
    • Emotional- anger, guilt, shock,fear,blame
  • 14. IMPACT OF HIV- social Discrimination
  • 15. Death
    • Preparing the child for parent’s death.
  • 16. Death-
    • Preparing the child for death
    • Age - < 5 years- breathing stops ( example- animals, humans ),
    • 5-10 years – everyone dies some day
    • > 10 - accepts that he/she is not strong enough to go on
  • 17. ADVOCACY ISSUES
    • GROUP TO DISCUSS – Trg Needs
    • Alliance to Respond.
  • 18.  
  • 19. Counselling Register
    • Nature of counseling : CHAHA project counselor is mainly responsible for providing counseling services to children and family members. The counselling could be on Pre-HIV testing, Post-HIV testing, psychological counselling, treatment adherence counselling, counseling to family members, trauma related counselling, etc.,
    • However it is important to note that on a one-to-one basis outreach workers during their day-to-day interactions with children/family members do provide some sort of psychosocial support or other forms of in-depth discussion/interaction or motivational sessions. During this process, the ORWs will have to identify those children/family members who need in-depth counselling, and link them with the counselor of CHAHA project, who is trained for providing specialized counselling sessions in a systematic and comprehensive manner.
    • The Counsellor is responsible for filling this particular register. The counselor is advised to mention place of counseling – whether counseling was done in field or in an office like set-up. If any IEC material is given to the client, the same can be reflected in the remark column.
    Duration of counselling Remarks/Follow-up required/ S. No in the referral register Issues discussed Nature of Counselling Present case history / problem/ Issue Age Gender Name Date #
  • 20. CONCLUSION
    • More trainings will be arranged till then
    • Thank you very much