School Counsellor & Special Educator


School Counsellor RPS "Many things we need can wait. The child cannot. Now is the time his bones are formed, his mind developed. To him we cannot say tomorrow, his name is today."-Gabriela Mistral

Ms. Kalpana Lohia is a RCI Licensed Rehabilitation Professional in the role of a School Counsellor at Rotary Public School, Gurugram. She has completed her Masters in Psychology and also holds an Advanced Diploma in Child guidance and Counselling from National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD).

She has over 5 years of working experience with Neurodiverse and Neurotypical children across various age groups. She is trained for conducting interventions and promoting sessions on Life Skills Education, Family Life Education, Mental Health awareness, Promoting resilience, Circle time for socio-emotional support, Sensory-based Play, providing Individual counselling support to children and adolescents along with need-based Parent Counselling support and guidance.

She is passionate about working with children and believes in the value of nurturance provided through inclusive support and meaningful interactions necessary for a child's holistic growth and development.

Kalpana Lohia

Profile of Senior School Counsellor

School Counsellor RPS "Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass it’s about learning to dance in the rain."

Sheetal Dewan a dedicated Psychologist and a school counsellor with specialization in counselling. She has more than 23 years of experience of working with school children in prominent schools in Delhi NCR. She holds a Masters in Psychology and a post-graduation diploma in Guidance and counselling from Jamia Millia Islamia University.

She is a determined school counsellor with success in helping students achieve educational goals and personal wellbeing. She believes in the giving back to society and her key skills include mental health counselling and life skills coaching. In addition to this her approaches in school counselling involves identifying children with academic, social and emotional difficulties. She also offers a warm, nonjudgmental, compassionate and exploratory space for the student counselee to feel secure enough to discuss their concerns and empower them to connect with their innate wisdom and potential. She firmly believes that helping one child might not change the world but it could change the world for one child.

Sheetal Dewan