Who we serve

We work with many types of teens. Which one sounds like your son or daughter?

Works hard but doesn’t see results

You are worried that…

  • Your teen won’t make it in the real world if they don’t have strong skills
  • There’s only a short amount of time left to teach valuable life skills

And are tired of…

  • Nagging
  • Not getting results

What your teen needs is:

  • Skills
  • Confidence
  • A growth mindset
Works hard but
doesn’t see results

Excels academically but is stressed out

You are worried that…

  • Your teen are going to “crash and burn”.
  • Your teen’s self esteem, overall well being, and happiness will suffer.

And are tired of seeing…

  • How much pressure they put on themselves.
  • How much they compare themselves to others.

What your teen needs is:

  • Ways to reduce their stress and/or anxiety
  • To learn how to recover from setbacks

Excels academically but is stressed out

Has potential but isn’t living up to it

You are worried that…

  • Your teen won’t have as many opportunities if they don’t get more motivated
  • This is a small problem that will get bigger if not addressed

And are tired of seeing…

  • Your teen doing the bare minimum to get by
  • Your teen not seeing his/her own potential

What your teen needs is:

  • That missing piece (maybe a skill or motivation, or time management, redirection)
Has potential but
isn’t living up to it

Transitioning into high school

You are worried that…

  • Your teen doesn’t have the skills socially or academically to hang with the older kids
  • Your teen will get wrapped up in all the fun and don’t focus on academics

And are tired of…

  • Stressing about how your teen will do in high school now that “grades count”
  • Fearing they will get lost in the crowd

What your teen needs is:

  • Help with anxiety and feeling overwhelmed
  • To learn to use the resources around them
  • To be prepared academically and socially
Transitioning into
high school

Transitioning into college

You are worried about…

  • Your teen getting wrapped up in all the fun and not focusing on academics
  • Your teen handling their new freedom and independence without as much adult guidance

And are tired of…

  • Wondering if your teen is as prepared as the rest of the freshman students
  • Hoping they will be ok on campus

What your teen needs is:

  • To recognise and use the resources around them for support
  • To get involved in activity to make campus seem smaller
  • To maintain healthy habits
Transitioning
into college

Trying to figure life out after high school

You are worried about…

  • Your teen not finding their way
  • Your teen never being successful

And are tired of…

  • Worrying all the time
  • Seeing other kids find their way while your child is “stuck”

What your teen needs is:

  • Life skills like budgeting, finding a career path, how to find and keep a job.
Trying to figure life out
after high school

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