“Using Positive Language”
A Health & Wellness Program of KIS
Group Counselling Session on "No Abusing" and “Using Positive Language"
The group counseling session on "No Abusing" and “Using Positive Language” in school for students of 7A aimed to address the issue of the usage of inappropriate language and promote a safe and respectful school environment. Abusive words can have severe consequences on a student's mental and emotional well-being. By providing a supportive platform to discuss these concerns, this session aimed to empower students to stand against abuse and create a culture of respect within their school community.
Venue: 7A Classroom
The session began with the counselor establishing ground rules to ensure a safe and supportive space for all participants. The students were encouraged to share their thoughts and experiences without fear of judgment. The facilitator led a discussion to collectively define what constitutes abusive behavior, including physical, verbal, and cyberbullying. The students were encouraged to share their perspectives and examples of such behaviors.
To foster empathy, the facilitator discussed the emotional and psychological impact of abusive behavior on victims.
The facilitator highlighted common signs of abusive behavior and bullying. Students were encouraged to be vigilant and report any abusive incidents they witness or experience.
To reinforce the message, students were encouraged to brainstorm ideas on how they could actively promote positive peer relationships and a culture of respect within the school.
The group counseling session on "No Abusing" and “Using Positive Language” in school for students of 7A proved to be impactful. The students actively participated in discussions, displaying empathy and a genuine interest in creating a safe and respectful school environment.