Teachers can help cure mental health issues in students, says studies
A study has found that teachers can make a positive impact on the mental health of young students.
Education professionals can use the school-based mental health services to help students talk about their issues and problems.
Getting the support of teachers at a young age can help students open up and talk about their problems. This can result in a positive and healthier state of mind.
The provision of mental health services in schools also has other benefits, such as saving of time and money. Students also prefer to undergo counselling in the safe space of a school rather than seek external help.
Students experience a range of mental health issues, like behavior problems, attention problems, mood swings, and anxiety problems.
The study found that most students who received help in school showed a lot of improvement in their behaviour.