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Navigating the Not-So-Smooth Transition from High School to College

Navigating the Not-So-Smooth Transition from High School to College

Graduating from high school and leaving home to start college is one of the most exciting parts of life. So many memories of that summer after graduation are seared into my memory, and most of them are centered around my preparations to leave the Midwest and embark on my college adventure in Florida. It’s a time of newfound independence, self-discovery, and academic growth.

However, as exciting as that newfound independence, self-discovery and growth can be, the transition can also be extremely overwhelming. Many new college students grapple with the adjustment, myself included. In fact, my first time seeing a counselor was during my freshman year for that very reason. In this blog post, we’ll explore what college students can do to adapt to their new life stage and how counseling can be a valuable resource in this journey.

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The First Step is the Hardest: 10 Reasons to Overcome Your Apprehension and Seek Therapy

Woman on sofa staring at her phone and biting her nail with apprehension.

Embarking on the journey of counseling can be a daunting step, especially for those who feel apprehensive about seeking help. Whether it’s due to stigma, fear of judgment, or uncertainty about the process, these concerns can create barriers to accessing the support you need. I know first-hand, because I’ve been there too.

In this blog post, we’ll explore the transformative benefits of counseling and address common apprehensions that you yourself might be experiencing.

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