What are your struggles?
- Making small talk & keeping friends?
- Employment & holding on to work?
- Are you looking for independence?
- Coping with anxiety & managing your life?
- Family involvement?
- Physical and mental health link
Address obstacles that may interfere with connecting with others. Work on communication skills: taking perspective, taking initiative, being a good listener, figuring out what people are talking about, seeing the big picture.
- Size up a social scene prior to the event/dress appropriately to the occasion— and look your best
- Read non-verbal cues
- Start and keep a conversation going- we’ll practice real life situations
Transitioning from one crucial stage in life to another can challenge us more than we anticipate.
A student who has had trouble in high school managing their time, establishing goals, or balancing their social life with academia, may face a greater challenge once arriving on a college campus. This next phase of their journey will require greater discipline and commitment to succeed. Some students require assistance crossing these new bridges on their own.
- Manage the expectations, demands and stress of college life(schoolwork, longterm projects, sleep, meals, medication, social life/relaxation, negotiating with roommates).
- Building strong social, professional and community connections from day one
- Reducing risks and staying safe around alcohol and drugs
- Dealing effectively and smartly with common conflicts and challenges
- Using campus resources to your best advantage
- Setting up appointments & interviewing
- How to dress
- How to reduce anxiety/stress
- How to get along with co-workers/boss
I can help you understand and focus on issues, concerns &worries that cause disorganization. A big part of my coaching is organizing. You can learn to:
- Recognize and deal with procrastination, and your Gremlin( inner negative voice).
- Set priorities /reasonable goals
- Manage clutter(eliminate useless things), organize your home, office, appointments and school assignments so you can be more productive
Learn how to:
- Shop/cook for healthy eating
- Discover relaxing activities that will help you meet others and have a social life
- Pay bills on time
- Keep track of appointments and showing up on time
- Be assertive and get along with roommates and family
- Provide ongoing direction to you, your spouse, teenager or adult relative.
- Negotiate expectations, goals, and rules
- Help connect you and your loved one to the right resources.
- Can be a liaison to teachers, therapists, doctors and more.
- Proper nutrition
- Exercise plan
- Medication compliance
- Anxiety and stress reduction using mindfulness practice
- Learn about sleep requirements and how to get the most out of your day.