Impact of Psychological Counselling on Subjective Wellbeing of University Students

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Sanjeevni gangwani, Shweta Sharma


This study investigated the effect of psychological assistance provided by special mentors to the university students. The current study employs a survey for a sample of 200 female students from different academic majors and levels from Princess Norah Bint Abdulrahman University (PNU) in Riyadh. We apply a comparative analysis using SPSS 25 version. The findings revealed that there is a significant statistical difference in students’ satisfaction before and after attending counselling sessions. Furthermore, it suggested that the factors that reported maximum deviation were: Lack of closeness (t=11.546) and lack of confidence (t=11.445) indicating a positive impact of counselling on students.

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