And, helping parents find simple ways to support them in school, hold them accountable, and maintain their connection.
Here's a checklist that goes beyond planners to address the REAL reasons why teens get stuck.
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I am an educational therapist and mom of a college student with several diagnoses that make school/living tough. I homeschooled my son in the third grade and, more recently, in high school while working full time.
You and I are on the same journey. And, while my professional background prepared me to address his attention and executive functioning challenges, nothing prepared me for the demands of parenting a child who was constantly stressed from school.
Sound familiar? Are you exhausted, worried, or frustrated when talking with your teen about school? Does your teen often lash out or check out? I promise, there is a better way.Learn more about Dynell's journey
The day will come when your teen leaves home. Who do you want to send into the world? A confident teen who believes in their abilities and has a track record of being resilient and experiencing success? Or, a teen who has internalized failure after failure, to the point where they have given up? Are you worried that your teen will not realize their potential? Each school year brings more complex work, more deadlines, and greater expectations from teachers. The more time your teen spends failing classes and not engaging in school, the bigger the achievement gap grows. And the more their self-esteem plummets. Unfortunately, our education system does not do a good job supporting students who have anxiety, depression, or ADHD. We, parents, have to do something radical to change our teen's trajectory. If you are at your wit's end, attend our free training to see how we help parents and teens achieve lasting success.
Helping middle, high school, and college students recognize their gifts, succeed in school, and take charge of their education.