Christina Franklin facilitated a seminar on Self-Love for students of Sampurna Montfort College, on 20th March, 2017. The seminar gave students a taste of Breathwork with Christina facilitating three breathing techniques used to help individuals become more self-aware and to heal. Christina helped students identify negative thinking patterns that are hurtful for the self, and explained the …
MONTFORT COUNSELLING CENTRE
The Montfort Counselling Centre was founded in January, 2009 with the aim of providing psychological assessments and therapeutic services.
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
The training & development wing of Sampurna is focussed on preventive care through its workshops and training facilities for individuals, organizations, and professionals. Read more...
Welcome to SIAS
Welcome to Sampurna Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS); to Sampurna Montfortian family; to an exciting and challenging journey of self-discovery, to realize your potential to the full. We believe that every person has the capacity to direct his or her life in such a manner as to achieve his/her goal, when provided with a conducive environment and adequate support. Here in Sampurna, we strive to offer you such an ambience and promote holistic education, to facilitate you in your quest for excellence.
What characterizes Sampurna and differentiates it from other institutions of higher learning is the free and friendly ambience at the college, which builds good rapport and healthy interactions between all – staff and students and thus promoting a change towards growth.
Sampurna Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS) – affiliated to Martin Luther Christian University (MLCU). As a student of MSc or P G Diploma in Counselling Psychology, we hope your time spent here is enjoyable and rewarding, both academically and personally. The academic team is committed to promoting critical thinking and ethical practice in this fast growing subject area. SIAS endeavours to present a course which is lively, stimulating, and representative of current major orientations and themes. We follow a student- centred, teacher-led learning for wholistic development of individual students through interactive sessions that encourage them at all levels by valuing their opinions and reflections.
In observance of World Mental Health Day 2016 the college conducted Kairos – an inter-collegiate psychology fest with the theme ‘PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID AND MENTAL HEALTH’. Students from post graduate psychology departments of various colleges were invited to compete in various events namely Indian Music &Accapella, Creative Story Telling, Poster & Slogan Making, Quiz, Street …
MuditaRastogi conducted a 2 day workshop on Genogram from 5th to 6th November 2016.
On 22nd October, Enable India, an organization that exists to empower persons with disabilities, conducted a workshop for the students of Montfort College.
Doctors conducted a free eye checkup for interested students on October 21st. If required prescriptions were provided and discount coupons were given for the purchase of spectacles.
In observance of World Mental Health Day (10th Oct), the students conducted various activities to reach out to the community and spread awareness about metal health. Each class went out on different days from the 3rd to the 7th of October holding up posters at traffic signals, distributing flyers and conducting other awareness programs.
The team from International Youth Fellowship conducted a 3 day camp at Montfort College from 5th to 7th October 2016. Participants experienced a time of learning and growing together through mindset education lectures, guest lectures, academics, mind recreation, and cultural performances.