The Freshman 16 Workshop
First semester of college = 16 weeks. It's intimidating - but you're not alone.
This workshop prepares you mentally & physically to crush it.
About The Workshop
Every student entering into college needs this workshop. A college acceptance letter does not guarantee college readiness. In fact:
The incredible thing is this is preventable. Adjusting to college is challenging - it's the first time a student is truly on their own, and responsible for their day-to-day activities, while trying to succeed in this high pressure, new college world.
Preparing for college requires psychological tools and skills - both of which are easy to attain, with the right guidance, and can make or break the college experience.
Dr. Joel's unique, effective workshops help students gain an edge before arriving on campus.
Topics will include:
Your student will arrive on campus way ahead of the curve, ready and confident.
The workshop is available for an afternoon or evening session on the same day. Simply pick the time most convenient for your child.
The Freshman 16
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After this workshop, you'll be ready to crush your first semester of college with complete confidence.
You will learn:
-To manage anxiety & stress effectively
-Build resilience to adversity
-Maximize success strategies
-Increase social, academic and personal confidence
-How to choose the right major/career
-How to navigate the party & social scene
-Maximize campus resources
-How to live a healthy lifestyle
Session includes open Q & A with Dr. Joel
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