Are You A College or Graduate School Student Struggling to Balance Academic and Social Demands?
Do you sometimes feel lonely and isolated? Would you like to establish more friendships? Do you feel uncertain of how to go about meeting people? Do you wish you could feel confident in your academic and social life and find the ideal balance between the two?
Life in college and graduate school can be challenging, overwhelming, and exhausting. However, psychotherapy is available in Bergen County and NYC to help you manage the challenges you face, from creating an organizational system to finding the right social group. Students at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus and Bergen County Community College have direct access to my office, which is located in Teaneck, New Jersey. You can develop a strong and successful life while balancing personal and professional demands.
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Stress Management for College and graduate students Can Help You Manage the Challenges and Loneliness of Academia.
I have years of experience teaching stress management for college students, and I have received extensive training so that I can help you with your specific challenges at this life stage. I have also developed a strong understanding of learning disabilities and their impact on college and graduate students, as well as the strategies for helping these students to achieve academically and socially. Lastly, I am also familiar with the Fairleigh Dickinson Regional Center for Learning Disabilities and the Bergen Community College Office of Specialized Services, and I am happy to coordinate with them as appropriate in providing the best care for you. We will walk through the therapy process together. I will stand by your side until you feel comfortable with the strategies we develop.
Through stress and organizational management, you can learn new ways to make your college or graduate school experience feel less anxious and overwhelming. I am also there to support you as you become increasingly aware of your changing desires and goals, from deciding on another course of study to developing new social circles. You can have the college or graduate school experience you want.
You may believe that stress management for college students can help you adapt to your new environment, but still have questions or concerns…
Why try stress management for college students? Isn’t talking about my stress just going to make it worse?
Speaking to a therapist can provide a strong sense of relief and improve your mental health. Stress is cumulative; the more you keep it to yourself, the worse you will feel. Speaking to a mental health professional can serve as a relief from your daily symptoms. It can also cause you to feel more in control and positive about your life in general. I invite you to try this relationship as a means for feeling more confident and happier in your daily life.
Between managing school and my social life, I don’t see how I have any extra time for therapy.
I understand that college and graduate students are busy people. Therapy is a commitment of 50 minutes per week. Look at it this way – what if through this commitment you could have a more relaxed and fulfilling life as a college or graduate student? What if you could feel more balanced between your academic and social demands? Would this be worth 50 minutes of your time?
Why not just go to my student counseling center? They are on campus, available, and take my insurance.
Student counseling services generally offer short-term therapy sessions. However, the challenges faced by college and graduate students are often best addressed by ongoing psychotherapy.
Do my parents or anyone else have to know?
No. Therapy will always be confidential.
You can feel better during college and graduate school! Please call me at 3577683909 for a free 15-minute initial phone conversation or contact me directly. You can ask any questions you might have about stress management for college and graduate students and my practice.
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