- 10 sessions with the student covering 32 concepts meeting every 1-2 weeks (shorter time frame for Seniors engaged in college applications)
- 3 phone sessions with the parents to give them progress reports on the student and tips on how to best support their teen during the process
- Sessions can be either in-person, over the phone, or video conference (i.e. Skype) If in-person, we’ll meet at a coffee shop or library.
- Each session lasts 60 to 70 minutes.
- We’ll cover the ALC program curriculum in the ALC Workbook.
- I’ll follow up with a brief email to the parent describing our sessions, what we covered, and links to the ALC Parent Guide
The next step would be to set up an Initial Interview for you and your student to meet with me and learn more about the Academic Life Coaching program. The first 15 minutes of the Initial Interview consists of both the parent and student meeting with me to discuss what your family wants out of the program and to learn exactly what coaching is and what it isn’t. The remaining 45 minutes of the Initial Interview is just me and the teen. Your teen will gain value and have an opportunity to experience two or three of the concepts from the program. It’s a great way for students to learn more about the program and gain first- hand knowledge of what Academic Life Coaching is about.
To set up the Initial Interview , please contact me now.