Academic concerns, which might include issues such as learning difficulties, underachievement, lack of attention, inability to focus, bullying; affect a number of students throughout their academic careers.
This not only influences a student’s performance in the classroom negatively, but also likely to have a significant effect on other areas of life; placing undue stress on a child and interfering with home, work, and play dimensions.
Adjusting to college life can be difficult. In addition to new social challenges, college studies often require a different skill set for those transitioning from high school. Time management and test anxiety often impact new students.
A student who experiences some type of academic concern may benefit from speaking to a mental health professional, where they can recognize their current study patterns; learn new study techniques as well as how to maximize their strengths.
If you or someone you know would benefit from learning new academic skills or reducing the impact of a specific academic problem, then please contact for training at Meeting Matters:
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