4 Oct 22

Preparing for college is a stressful experience for everyone involved. Applications, campus visits, financial aid, handling rejection—the list is long and can be a lot for a teen to try and navigate. The stress can pile on very quickly without notice and may be hard for both teens and parents to handle. But the excitement of college shouldn’t be overcast by an impact on student mental health. So how can caretakers and students alike focus on the positives of the experience while balancing new challenges?

Join us as Ethan Solomon, MEd offers advice to counter the stressors of preparing for college, shares ways to be supportive of students without being overbearing, and answers questions about how young adults and their families can enjoy the experiences that lay ahead.

Register: McLean Webinar: Preparing Teens for Life After High School (mcleanhospital.org)