Whoot_teenbrainj

If you’re dealing with difficult teens, please understand…

It’s not your fault. It's not your child’s fault, for that matter.

Research now shows us that the teen brain undergoes tremendous, chaotic changes that cause many to engage in dangerous and often explosive behavior. It takes skilled parental action to guide teens through these turbulent years.

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Whoot_parenttoolskit

Includes Home Contracts

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Parent Tools offer Free Parent Tools kit that contains 25 parenting tips and techniques!

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Whoot_collegeconsulting

My approach is a personal one – I help students find their future and make the most of their college experience.
Prior to beginning my career as a college admissions consultant in October of 2011, I spent twelve years working with college-bound high school students and their families as a college admissions counselor and academic advisor.

Whoot_academicallyspeaking

The higher education landscape is rapidly evolving: skyrocketing tuition, declining acceptance rates, the introduction of early action and early decisions, accelerated and combined programs and the growth of online education all conspire to complicate what once was a straightforward application process.

Incredibly, careers are changing at even a faster pace. New technologies, expanding global competition and changing government expenditures are forcing businesses and research laboratories to be increasingly nimble, innovative, creative and competitive.

As an independent educational consultant and scientist I agree that knowledge is power. I frequently attend conferences, visit campuses, talk to admissions officers and read professional literature so that I can share cutting edge information to best position you to make a fully informed choice of your academic and professional pursuits.

You’ve made a good choice choosing to work with an independent educational consultant – recent surveys indicate that more than 25% of all high achieving high school students work with one.