As a student, I know that the mental health of students is a major issue. Although most schools have counseling, I don’t think it’s enough to solve all the problems. Not only are students able to get treatment at the health center, but they are able to get help from all teachers. It seems impossible for students to get counseling and therapy from all teachers because many of them are not experts in counseling. However, I am not asking all teachers to provide professional treatment for students, but rather I want every teacher to care about the student’s psychological condition in addition to their academic performance. In my opinion, the most effective psychotherapy comes not from professional resources, but from daily attention. The reality is that, as it stands, many students worry about communicating their psychological problems to their teachers because of many concerns. In my opinion, all teachers should receive training on their ability to communicate with students, especially with regard to their knowledge of counseling. They do not need to be counseling professionals, but rather be able to master basic communication skills and abilities that are essential to a student’s overall development. A student’s poor academic performance does not mean that he or she lacks the ability to learn or is lazy, but rather that he or she is suffering from external stresses and burdens caused by many existing problems, including psychological ones. This is a global problem and we as students really want to be perceived as a whole.