As a psychiatrist, I have worked with many college students who have struggled when they go away to school due to symptoms of depression, anxiety, ADHD or other mental health-related issues. Without adequate guidance, it can be tough for parents and students to navigate through this transition. After working with so many bright, motivated students who have had to take medical leave from school, I wanted to create a psychoeducational summer program for students to begin to think about how to recognize some of the challenges of college before they happen and how to look for the right guidance and support. In addition, I want to help parents recognize those challenges as well, and to open the lines of communication so that parents can provide a balance of support and independence to their children. I look forward to seeing your family as we prepare for this next exciting step in your child’s life. Please feel free to contact me with questions about the program.
Jennifer Park, MD
June and July, 2019 Individual Family Meetings before and after the program
Sat, July 20, 10am-2pm Family Workshop, lunch provided
M-F, July 22-26, 10am-3pm Student Workshops
Wed, July 24, 7-8:30pm Parent Meeting
Sat, July 27, 9am-11am Family wrap up meeting
Recognizing Red Flags
Healthy Eating and Nutrition
Time Management and E-Planners
Receiving Accommodations at College
Relationships with Parents and Peers
We offer a unique program for students who have experienced symptoms of depression, anxiety, ADHD or other mental health issues, who are preparing to go to college in the fall. With these workshops and group activities, we hope to mitigate the stress that the transition to college may bring and help families feel prepared for the transition. We hope you will join us! Please contact us if you have questions or would like to learn more about the program.