guidance and counselling as a national service to those in need of it without
available a strong network of counselling service to build up such inter-personal
relationships as parent - children relationship, teacher- pupil relationship,
employer - employee relationship and husband - wife relationship which
seem to be degenerating in our society.
a centre for counselling and make its service readily available whenever
a person needs help.
professionals of different fields and share their views.
programmes which include, visiting people who need counselling, studying
their problems and helping to find solutions.
counselling service which would help to solve problems related to child
counselling service which would help to prevent sexual harassment and prostitution.
counselling service to help alcoholics and drug addicts.
counselling service to prevent social evils in the form of indecent literature
found in printed and electronic media.
steps to raise awareness among people in our society about the importance
of looking after the aged parents by their children in their own homes
without sending them to Homes for the aged.
small groups which could get involved in preventing social evil by providing
individual and family - based counselling throughout the country.
opportunities for religious dignitaries in temples, churches and kovils
to obtain a training in advanced techniques of counselling in the world
and implement educational programmes to train teachers on counselling for
the school system and make them implement national programmes to save children
who have become victims of various cornplex social forces and guide them
on the correct path.
with other institutions having similar objectives.
counselling to elders (who are in their own homes or in homes for the aged)
to get rid of their loneliness and lead contented lives.
all such other acts or things which in the opinion of the Foundation are
necessary for or conducive to the attainment of its objectives.
books on counselling and encourage others to do so.
country in the modem world has recognized the need of counselling Centres.
The reason is the arising of a series of Physical and mental problems that
enveloped everybody from the infant to the old one on the verge of death.
Guidance and counselling is a process aiming at a developmental target.
The main aim is to let the individual understand and solve his own Problem
by way of mediation and co-operation rather than advising.
rural community in Sri Lanka specially the younger generation has beencarried
away by various social forces. Some of them have failed to fulfil their
aspirations in life. Hence this is a period in which various social agencies
are desperately needed to build up the declining social relations or interpersonal
relations . In the community, there must be a new awakening which everybody
must make a contribution by making use of his knowledge. Simple programmes
should be launched to get rid of various social evils as small groups,
families and individuals. Today we need the counselling centres, having
a friendly atmosphere. Where anyone close to the public can meet another
person at any moment.
we need the gathering of people having knowledge at various levels and
the sharing of knowledge. We also need to go to the people concerned and
explore their own problems and organize active programs at various levels.
At the sametime we need counsellors who are capable of providing guidance
to the children.
a common centre leading to the benefit of the public should be immediately
will be an Abode of Joy for you in the near future. Please give us your
total cost estimated for this project is 5.5 million.
expect your kind co-operation for the success of this national event.
you wish to support our Project you are welcome to send your generous contributions
to the Bank Account given below.
- Social Service Foundation For Counselling.
Bank - Branch Office, Maharagama. Sri Lanka.
Address : Hokandara Road, 275/01, Thalawatugoda, Sri Lanka.
Telephone : 941842664, 9472602379
Fax : 941851309
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
on; Thursday, October 5, 2000
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