• To provide professional assistance to students in dealing with their academic, socio-emotional, career related issues, concerns and difficulties.
  • To provide professional assistance that is needs-based to a specific group of students who have special or peculiar needs.
  • To provide highly experiential activities that would try to explore and promote the total well-being of the students.
  • To provide students developmental, experiential and psychological grounded activities that are responsive to their identified needs and well-being.
  • To assist students in exploring various career opportunities, prepare them to become more globally competitive, and responsive to the trends and demands of the world of work
  • To provide the academic community with the informative guidance data that are based on studies conducted amongst students.

The department also recognizes and appreciates the developmental tasks of an individual, which can be achieved through the utilization of various guidance services. The Guidance team believes in the uniqueness, capabilities and potentials of individuals to achieve a balance in their total well-being.

  1. An individual is a unique social being.
  2. The development of an individual is sequential, predictive, and a life-long process.
  3. The pedagogy of education is a learning continuum in knowing oneself, doing good for others, and making a difference.
  4. Guidance and education are highly interrelated constructs. In the realm of life and in the counseling profession, every individual submits himself to the power of the Supreme Being.

Confidentiality in all our services will be strictly observed in compliance with the Data Privacy Act of 2012.

Facilitates valuable self-insight, goal setting and life adjustments skills in the areas of academic, socio-emotional and career.

Facilitates academic, socio-emotional and career information.

Initial and Routine Interviews
A brief and simple ‘’kumustahan’’ session with the Guidance Counselors to explore academic adjustments/progress, socio-emotional concerns, and career development/planning among others.

Mock Job Interview(MJI)
One of the career formation activities that simulate the actual job interview scenario to the graduating students. This is a hands-on experience to know the skills and competencies needed to land a job/career of your choice.

Exit Interview
Facilitates life and career goal setting to all graduating students before they embark on a new life journey. This will process the students’ over-all experience throughout their stay in the Colegio.

Self and Skills Enhancement Seminar
A Psycho-education approach in developing and forming students' personality, attitude and wellbeing based on Letran's Graduate Attributes.

Psychological Test and Assessment
Enhances students' self-awareness and facilitates growth that aids counseling session.

Arriba Career Fair
Prepares the students in the real world of work through linkages with reputable public and private institutions who offer various job/career opportunities.

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Hotline
Globe/TM 0917 837 0708
Smart/Talk & Text/Sun 0929 145 0278

Message of the Director

This year marks an exciting delivery of Guidance and Counseling services of our office. True to our mission in promoting the psychological well-being of the Letranites in achieving a satisfying school life, expect activities that will enhance your academic, social and career skills and attitude through seminars, trainings, psycho-education sessions, symposiums, counseling (individual and small group), and other psychological interventions. The qualified and competent Guidance personnel will be more hands-on and on-the go in the delivery of these services. Our office takes pride with the equipped facilities, tools, and materials to complement the above mentioned services. We are inviting you to visit our new office located at the 3rd floor of St. Albert the Great Building (Student Center) to experience the redefined Guidance and Counseling Services of the Colegio. “We shall walk with you in your journey here in the Colegio”.


3rd Floor St. Albert The Great (SC) Building
8:00a.m to 5:00p.m. Mondays thru Fridays
Trunk line: (+63) (2)8527-7693 to 97
Loc. 341 – Office of the Director and College Guidance
Loc. 342 – Basic Education Guidance
Loc. 343 – Senior High School Guidance
Loc. 344 - Testing Services and Career and Placement Services


Asst. Prof. Efraem A. Janairo, M.Ed., LPT, RGC, CSASS
Guidance Counselor - CoEd and Graduate School Students
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
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Contact Details: (+63)(2)8527-7693 to 97 Loc 341
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Ms. Cora-Lynne R. Navalta, MA, RGC
Guidance Counselor - CEIT and CLAS Students
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
Contact Details: 8527-7693 to 97 loc. 341
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Ms. Iryl Anne G. Cawad, MA, RPm
Guidance Associate - EJHS Students
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
Contact Details: (+63)(2)527-7693 to 97 Loc 341
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Asst. Prof. Renelene Joy D. Tallod, MA, RGC, RPm
Guidance Counselor -Senior High School Grade 11 students
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
Contact Details: Contact Details: (+63)(2)8527-7693 to 97 Loc 343
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Ms. Gwen Ezekiel T. Varca, MA, RGC, LPT
Guidance Counselor - Senior High School Grade 12 Students
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
Contact Details: (+63)(2)8527-7693 to 97 Loc 341 or 343
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Mr. Charles Kelvin F. dela Cruz, MA, LPT
Guidance Counselor - EJHS
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
Contact Details: 85277693 loc. 342
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Ms. Ma. Gabriella S. Sta. Maria
Career and Placement Officer
Virtual Consultation Room Link:
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Contact Details: 85277693 loc. 344
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Ms. Janna Micaela C. Nacion, RPm
Management Staff
Contact Details: 85277693 loc. 341