Social and academic stress

1. Research says that Indian students are generally stressed and it seems to peak between 18 and 25 years of age, with 3 out of 5 students in this bracket (61%) reporting the highest levels of anxiety.
2. 57% of 15 to 17-year-olds report high stress levels. Personal relationships, academic pressure, loneliness and lack of self-worth are stated to be the most common and largest contributing factors.

Severe behavioral issues

Working towards a healthy mind and body starts young. If you are a student, parent, teacher or an institution, looking for a solution to address your concerns or those of your children, wayForward is your go-to. These are the domains we can help you in:

  • Peer Pressure
  • Bullying
  • Dealing with Exam Anxiety
  • Lack of Motivation
  • Stress and Anger Management
  • Building Resilience and Effective Coping
  • Managing Relationships
  • Overcoming Emotional Disturbances in Children
  • And many more…

The wayForward Solution

  • App-based Self-Use Programme
    The comprehensive programme gives access to a self-use App, which is customized to goals they want to achieve and has 5-10 minute sessions with engaging videos, skills and relaxation exercises.
  • Telephonic Consultations
    Trained counselors are available via a call line or a toll-free number for telephonic sessions to provide necessary interventions to students, teachers and parents.
  • In-person Counseling Sessions
    In-person counseling sessions are provided in the institution by a highly trained counselor for a duration of 45-60 minutes.
  • Periodic Assessments
    Assessments are customized as per the needs of the educational institution, in order to understand the emotional well-being of students and recommend solutions for specific problems.

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