Is she having trouble keeping up with her school-work and extra-curriculars? Is she working so hard that she doesn't have time for friends, family, or fun? Is she hard on herself, only seeing her failures instead of her amazing talent?
Where she is proud of her achievements and gets excited about challenges instead of discouraged. Imagine her having fun with friends and contributing at home, all while maintaining the grades and extra-curriculars needed to get into a top college.
She will learn how to deal with stress so she doesn't get overwhelmed. She'll learn to control her thoughts so they help her instead of holding her back. And she'll learn to speak up for herself to get what she needs.
In our first few weeks together, your daughter and I will get to know each other while she learns the skills she needs to take charge of her future. She will learn:
After we build a relationship and your daughter is comfortable talking with me, we will dig into the thoughts and fears holding her back from what she really wants. She will learn:
In our final weeks together, your daughter will really begin to see herself as the amazing person she is. She will also make plans to maintain the changes she had made after we are done working together. She will learn: