Coaching Collegiate Success
Transitioning into a college environment can be overwhelming. There are multiple adjustments that need to be navigated in order to be successful. Adjustments such as learning to live away from home; managing increased freedom; handling social pressures; navigating time management issues; and coping with academic stress.
Succeed U is a coaching program designed to prepare students for a successful transition into a college environment thus giving them a competitive edge over their peers. Through a thorough needs assessment, record reviews and parental interviews, a tailored program of targeted coaching interventions is developed to provide the tools necessary for success. Each week the student receives a one on one coaching session, as well as resources that can be used to strengthen skills that are being developed. Some of the topics include: time management, peer issues, transitioning from home, drugs and alcohol, dating, budgeting, study habits, values and goals, problem solving, dealing with moods, healthy habits and coping skills.
Mark Levinsky, MS, LMHC has been supporting, advising and transforming others professionally since 1986. He is a licensed psychotherapist, a life coach and a certified instructor for a personal development seminar. For the past five years, Mark has been assisting college students adjust to their college experiences. He has worked with students in the areas of stress management, academic focus, home-sickness, coping with roommate issues and detaching from peer pressure.
Amanda Patterson, LMHC, CAP is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach specializing in helping high school students transition to college. She loves helping teenagers find their identity and learn to live the life they want. She’s a graduate of Nova Southeastern University and a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.