Students’ Frequent Cell Phone Use Tied to Lower Grades, Higher Anxiety

By Janice Wood Associate News Editor Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on December 7, 2013 A new study has found that college students who use their cell phones frequently had lower grades, higher anxiety and were less happy than other students. For their study, Kent State University researchers Andrew Lepp, Ph.D., Jacob Barkley, Ph.D., …

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Young Adult Transitional Living Support

At Collegiate Coaching Services, we strive to provide those young men and women coming from previous therapeutic programs with a seamless transition to Boulder, CO. Our therapeutic coaches, parent coaches, and therapists understand the structure that exists in wilderness therapy and residential treatment centers and do our best to help the young adult feel comfortable …

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Collegiate Coaching Services Offers an Effective Approach to Treating Young Adults with Internet and Video Game Addiction

The problems young adults experience as a result of compulsive Internet use and video game play is a growing concern for parents. Current studies have identified that 13-18.5% of college-aged young adults have “Internet Addiction Disorder”.  Among males, who constitute the majority of video game players, the 15-to 25-year-old age group is expanding most significantly. …

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As COVID-19 impacts our clients daily lives, we are providing virtual academic coaching & mental health support. We are currently accepting new clients.