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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 3 most common student problems schools and parents overlook that Precise Evaluation corrects

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Even well-meaning parents have their children evaluated 3 to 7 years after the student first exhibits a serious learning problem.  That lost time is usually devastating – since the younger a child is the more their brain is able to … Continue reading

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3 seriously impairing problems Parents miss but Counselors fix

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The three:  –Choosing a college based on guesswork, not vocational data Before putting down $80,000 in college tuition, use a career counselor to ensure that choice of college and classes are crafted to lead to a meaningful, economically satisfactory, and … Continue reading

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Epidemic percentage of adolescence not leaving the nest – and how to make sure yours does

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Epidemic percentage of adolescents not leaving the nest  – and how to make sure yours does A deeply researched, recently published online article (www.zerohedge.com) amplifies an already piercingly loud alarm going off, warning parents of a frightening reality that may … Continue reading

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Fall 2015 Good to Great Newsletter

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Overview –We continue to provide premier services to the healthcare community in the Southwestern US and beyond, as well as serving the increasing needs of the legal community seeking expert opinions and/or high quality psychological assessment.  Increasing needs in the … Continue reading

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Should you keep quiet about your “secret” psychological problems or (sexual) abuse you have experienced?

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Reader Benefit:  By the end of this blog you’ll understand why you or someone you know was harboring a distressing secret could vastly improve functioning by talking with a trusted and skilled professional. I was recently talking with a great … Continue reading

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How the negative mythology surrounding getting help for emotional or behavioral problems likely impairs your parental judgment.

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It is amazing to me how many even well informed, highly educated, and generally well-meaning parents either do not pick up on or ignore serious problems their children are having. FACT: in a majority of over the 1,000 families I … Continue reading

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Stop shielding your children from the real cost of living by using this calculator regularly!

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WARNING:  Family or parents you know will thank you for sending this link in this blog to anyone who has children immediately… They will thank you! It is my belief that  – especially in the United States  – we tend … Continue reading

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