The Rector sponsors the launch of Guidance Campaign 'Tranquility'

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center

In the with attendance of university vice-presidents and deans, the Rector of King Khalid University, Prof. Faleh bin Raja Allah Al Solamy, has sponsored this morning the launch of Guidance Campaign which is organized by the Center of Guidance and Counseling, Deanship of Student Affairs. The activity is taking place in Guraiger Campus, Abha and the campaign will be held for two days. 

 Upon the Rector's arrival, His Excellency was briefed on the event's educational programs, tools and equipment available within the campaign. HE took the time to value and appreciate the efforts made by the organizers in the Deanship of Student Affairs and the Guidance and Counseling Center, stressing the role of counseling in all students' fields and its importance in refining and supporting their scientific and academic careers.

For the part of the Center for Guidance and Counseling Supervisor Dr. Khudran Al Suhaimi, he explained that "the campaign aims to provide educational psychological awareness to university employees, through exhibitions and clinics interested in cognitive and behavioral therapy". Additionally, he commented, "such clinics and programs focuses also on psychological and educational medicine, with attention to psychological aspects like raising the awareness towards mental disorders, anxiety, stress and their scales ".

An interactive lecture entitled 'Psychological Stability and its Importance to the University Student' was provided by Dr. Faisal Al-Qahtani as accompanied activity to the campaign today. On the second day of the campaign, Dr. Sami Al Fifi will deliver another training course entitled 'Time Management and Priorities'. 

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