Executive functioning skills are an integral part of success in middle and high school. If you feel like your middle or high-schooler needs explicit support in the areas of time management, prioritization, planning, and/or organization, executive function coaching might be a good fit. While families shelter in place, and schooling has moved online, you may see signs that your child is not reaching their full academic potential. Children who lack self-awareness around their strengths and challenges may benefit from an approach designed to build their academic self- confidence and teach self-advocacy skills.
A former teacher, Dr. Robbins can work with your child on a weekly basis to help them understand and leverage their strengths and build self-confidence. Coaching will include:
• Setting long and short-term goals and identifying pathways to achieving those goals
• Tackling obstacles
• Developing the soft skills associated with academic success (self-awareness, self-management, meta-cognition, etc.).
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