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Young adulthood is a difficult period in life, filled with emotional changes and important decisions. Young people in high school, more than any other period in their lives, need support from knowledgeable, experienced, and caring people in whom they can confide. To this end, TAC’s Counseling Department helps students find ways to better understand themselves, and deal more effectively with the challenges they face. The department also guides parents in supporting their children, provides informational sessions for teachers and offers feedback to students regarding their academic performance. 

The purpose of TAC's counseling services is to educate students to: 
  • be aware of personal and social responsibility,
  • be self-confident,
  • understand life-long learning,
  • be able to communicate effectively, lead a qualified life in all aspects,
  • acquire the skills, attitudes and responsibilities required to serve his country and humanity,
  • maximize the benefits of the education process according to their abilities and individual characteristics,
  • be able to use their potential in the most appropriate way and continue to develop their abilities.
TAC's Counseling Department aims to contribute to a school environment which support the well-being of the student to help them achieve their goals. Cooperating with parents, teachers and school administrators, it tries to ensure that this environment is holistic and is maintained. 


  • Adhering to the national and universal ethical rules of the profession,
  • Providing services within the field of expertise using a scientific approach,
  • Maintaining and improving mental health,
  • Working with a preventive, developing and supporting approach,
  • Respecting personal rights, individual and cultural differences,
  • Acting with a sense of responsibility (towards individuals, institution and society),
  • Adhering to the principles of trust, consistency, volunteerism, integrity, confidentiality,
  • A responsibility for professional improvement ,
  • Cooperation with parents, teachers, administrators, other colleagues and experts,
  • Practical knowledge of regulations regarding counseling services,
  • Keeping abreast of new developments in the field of psychological counseling in order to keep practices up-to-date,
  • Supporting students in their decisions while helping them consider the most appropriate options for themselves.