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M21- Health Practicum
School Health Services
and Schools Intervention
Program
By:
Dolly Lyn S. Legarde
Educational Institutions
Pit-os National High
School
• A government
educational institution
located in Pit-os,
Talamban, C...
1. What are the common psychosocial problems
that you encountered as a student in your
school?
1. What are the common psychosocial problems
that you encountered as a student in your
school?
2. What are the student services offered
in your school?
A. MEDICAL SERVICES
B. GUIDANCE PROGRAM
Guidance
Program
PIT-OS NHS SPCFI
Star
Section
Low
Section
Total
data
Star
Section
Low
Section
Total
data
Counseling 15 9 ...
3. What psychosocial are implemented
by the school administrators to address
the problems that are encountered by
the teac...
Program/s
Implemented
PIT-OS NHS SPCFI
Star
Section
Low
section
Total
data
Star
section
Low
section
Total
data
drug awaren...
4. What is the extent of effectiveness
of the school’s psychosocial program in
addressing the psychosocial problem?
School...
5. What is the role of the following:
Administrators, Teachers, Guidance
Counselor?
ADMINISTRATO
RS
TEACHERS
GUIDANCE
COUNSELORS
6. Does the school administrators deal
with the different psychosocial
problem in terms of promoting
student’s well-being?...
7. What possible psychosocial
intervention programs may be
implemented by the school to address
the student’s problems tha...
Table 5. List of Psychosocial Intervention Programs suggested by the
students from public and private school.
•Substance
Addiction
•Child Abuse
•Bullying
•Parents involved
with drugs
Discipline issues
•Vandalism
•Stealing
•Disrespec...
•Counseling
/Therapy
•Attendance
Monitoring
•Student's
Retreat
• Drug
Awareness
Seminar
•Psychological
Testing
•Referral
•...
• Moderately
effective (3)- pro-
active
4. Highly effective(4)-
reports on any cases
have lessen
YES • give free hand
coun...
•Parenting
Awareness
• Child
Protection Policy
•Positive
Discipline
•Family day
•Orientation
•How to handle
basic counseli...
Teacher’s Opinion (SPCFI)
1. Cyber Addiction, Bullying ,Broken/ Family w/
Issues
2.a. Dental Check-up
b. Counseling/Therap...
4. Moderately effective (3) :
* not all parents gave their active participation
and full support for this program
* few of...
Teachers:
- monitor and facilitate the student's
development with regards to the problem, also
give support to the program...
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  1. 1. M21- Health Practicum School Health Services and Schools Intervention Program By: Dolly Lyn S. Legarde
  2. 2. Educational Institutions Pit-os National High School • A government educational institution located in Pit-os, Talamban, Cebu City • Gathered 36 students per section ( Star Section and Low Section) St. Paul College Foundation, Inc. • A non-sectarian private school located in Ramos, Cebu City. • Gathered 30 students per section (Star Section and Low Section)
  3. 3. 1. What are the common psychosocial problems that you encountered as a student in your school?
  4. 4. 1. What are the common psychosocial problems that you encountered as a student in your school?
  5. 5. 2. What are the student services offered in your school? A. MEDICAL SERVICES
  6. 6. B. GUIDANCE PROGRAM
  7. 7. Guidance Program PIT-OS NHS SPCFI Star Section Low Section Total data Star Section Low Section Total data Counseling 15 9 24 6 3 9 Attendance Monitoring 26 27 53 13 13 26 Home Visit 3 1 4 0 4 4 Student's Retreat 9 8 17 30 29 59 Drug Awareness Seminar 36 28 64 29 29 58 AIDS Awareness Seminar 7 6 13 11 10 21 Psychological Testing 2 4 6 0 4 4 Referral 1 0 1 0 3 3 Family Counseling 8 8 16 3 8 11 Family Day 8 8 16 30 28 58 Table 1. Similarities and differences (highlighted) of guidance programs between public and private school.
  8. 8. 3. What psychosocial are implemented by the school administrators to address the problems that are encountered by the teachers, guidance counselor and students?
  9. 9. Program/s Implemented PIT-OS NHS SPCFI Star Section Low section Total data Star section Low section Total data drug awareness 28 21 49 29 8 37 anti-bullying 5 2 7 18 8 26 AIDS awareness 1 7 1 Counseling 1 1 5 student's retreat 11 6 17 family day 9 8 17 Sex education 1 Table 2. The common answers of students in public and private school (highlighted)about the programs implemented by the school administrator in addressing a psychosocial problem.
  10. 10. 4. What is the extent of effectiveness of the school’s psychosocial program in addressing the psychosocial problem? School Rate of the effectiveness of a psychosocial program 4 3 2 1 PIT-OS NHS 22 28 17 1 SPCFI 2 18 8 Table 3. Most common answers of public and private school in rating the effectiveness of a psychosocial program addressing the psychosocial problem.
  11. 11. 5. What is the role of the following: Administrators, Teachers, Guidance Counselor? ADMINISTRATO RS
  12. 12. TEACHERS
  13. 13. GUIDANCE COUNSELORS
  14. 14. 6. Does the school administrators deal with the different psychosocial problem in terms of promoting student’s well-being? SCHOOL YES NO PIT-OS NHS 56 9 SPCFI 42 16 Table 4. The trend of students in both public and private school have mostly answered it yes.
  15. 15. 7. What possible psychosocial intervention programs may be implemented by the school to address the student’s problems that are encountered by the teachers and guidance counselors?
  16. 16. Table 5. List of Psychosocial Intervention Programs suggested by the students from public and private school.
  17. 17. •Substance Addiction •Child Abuse •Bullying •Parents involved with drugs Discipline issues •Vandalism •Stealing •Disrespect of Person of Authority • Sexual Abuse •Harassment 1. * Gambling • Cyber Addiction, •Teenage Pregnancy •Alcoholism •Broken/ Family with Issues •Parent's Negligence •Dispense- over-the- counterdrug •Medical check-up •Dental check-up 2.a. through referral in Division COMPARISON OF OPINIONS BY THE GUIDANCE COUNSELORS OF PIT-OS NHS (LEFT) AND SPCFI (RIGHT)
  18. 18. •Counseling /Therapy •Attendance Monitoring •Student's Retreat • Drug Awareness Seminar •Psychological Testing •Referral •AIDS Awareness Seminar • Family Counseling •Family Day •Coaching • Group Career Counseling •Individual Planning •Interview b. *Home Visit • Drop Out Reduction Program • Career Guidance •Career Services 3. Child Protection •Teacher’s Basic Counseling •Parenthood Seminar •Sex Education Program •Student’s Retreat • Drug Awareness Program • Anti-bullying COMPARISON OF OPINIONS BY THE GUIDANCE COUNSELORS OF PIT-OS NHS (LEFT) AND SPCFI (RIGHT)
  19. 19. • Moderately effective (3)- pro- active 4. Highly effective(4)- reports on any cases have lessen YES • give free hand counseling 6. * obligation is main concern, protect, promote children' s well-being 5. Administrators: planning, implementation, monitor •Teachers: •Guidance Counselors: iniator, take action, speaker support financial, moral, technical Support planning, implementing, evaluating, monitoring, remediator COMPARISON OF OPINIONS BY THE GUIDANCE COUNSELORS OF PIT-OS NHS (LEFT) AND SPCFI (RIGHT)
  20. 20. •Parenting Awareness • Child Protection Policy •Positive Discipline •Family day •Orientation •How to handle basic counseling • 4 goals of misbehavior •Protective discipline COMPARISON OF OPINIONS BY THE GUIDANCE COUNSELORS OF PIT-OS NHS (LEFT) AND SPCFI (RIGHT)
  21. 21. Teacher’s Opinion (SPCFI) 1. Cyber Addiction, Bullying ,Broken/ Family w/ Issues 2.a. Dental Check-up b. Counseling/Therapy, Attendance Monitoring, Drug Awareness Seminar 3. Drug Awareness Program, Parenthood Seminar
  22. 22. 4. Moderately effective (3) : * not all parents gave their active participation and full support for this program * few of them were too busy to attend or to respond with this matter 5. Administrator: - administer and conduct the seminar for both the parents and the students
  23. 23. Teachers: - monitor and facilitate the student's development with regards to the problem, also give support to the program implemented by the school administrators Guidancefind remedies and try to solve the problems, immediately respond to the student's behavioral concern Counselor: - 6. YES – no comment
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