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MANY reasons why your child should NOT go to college immediately after high school

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BY THE END OF THIS ARTICLE….. ….. You’ll understand why the core question you need to ask yourself is “Is my child emotionally and mentally ready for college?” NOT “Does my kid have the aptitude for college?”  As physician Louis … Continue reading

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10 steps to ensure a smooth school year by setting up a sustainable chore system to ensure your Home runs itself

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You ask, “How do I get my kid to do chores without having to be on top of them?” 4 years ago I answered that question in a blog that went viral.  To me chores are a critical way to … Continue reading

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How to stop following the herd of parents enslaving themselves in debt by naively dropping their kid off at the College Bus Station with $100,000 of tuition money

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Colleges are bus stations; multitudes roll in and are processed, but with minimal deeply personalized guidance on what bus route to take.  The national average of students per counselor is 477 to 1 (California Department of Education, May 2015).  The … Continue reading

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2 Tables Make it Crystal Clear: Sending your child to college without a precise career plan is no longer an option

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Tuition for colleges and even vocational training programs has increased to the point where it is not even affordable for higher income families unless they put themselves into financial debt. Meanwhile, a great amount of students go to college who … Continue reading

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From Confused Undergraduate to Focused Graduate: Personalized Career Matching in action

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My name is Grace Wofford, and Dr. Brunner invited me to share my career mentor experience as he has helped me progress from a once confused and uncertain undergraduate to a focused and confident postgraduate of the University of Arizona. … Continue reading

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The best 3 end-of-the-year questions to ask teachers

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See these 3 questions you can email each of your child’s teachers so you can make any summer academic planning: — Are there any specific academic skills (e.g., organization, focusing, conceptualization, synthesizing, memorization, etc.) that my child should further develop … Continue reading

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Why and How Children of Divorced Parents Should Receive Counseling – Part 2

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In Part 1 of this two-part series, I discussed the critically practical effects of counseling for children of divorce, even when that divorce is seemingly harmonious.  I have received very positive feedback from parents, pediatricians, attorneys, and fellow mental health … Continue reading

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Unleashing the Power of Academic Advising and Student Potential

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For over 10 years I have actively listened to academic advisors clarify their struggles as they advise confused students with no firmly rooted career plan.  As a published assessment and vocational expert, I developed a process to address the epidemic … Continue reading

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Why and How Children of Divorced Parents Should Receive Counseling – Part 1

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Part 1 Focus: bullet point list of practical uses of counseling for children of divorce Part 2 Focus (next week): bullet point list of agreements divorcing parents should make to protect the sanctity of the counseling process for the child … Continue reading

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

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Brunner article in internationally syndicated website RealClearMarkets John Tamny sees the prophetic writing on the wall with his new book: “The End of Work: Why Your Passion can Become Your Job”. Growing co-parenting therapy service: Ensures divorcing parents forge a … Continue reading

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