Movement is the Best Medicine

During this time of staying in our homes far more than we prefer, we are all at risk of becoming too sedentary. We are being restricted from our favorite parks, gyms, and recreation centers, as well as our workplace and/or campus. Our regular, daily schedules have been turned upside down, which has caused our exercise …

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Sitting Too Much These Days? Get Moving!

Try out a virtual, live streaming or recorded exercise class! Virtual strength and injury prevention classes are being offered by Christine Bell. She is a Sports Physical Therapist and a Multisport Coach with a focus on strength training to help prevent injuries. Mention that you learned about her from Collegiate Coaching Services and she will …

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Maintaining A Positive Mood While Sheltering-in-Place; Pro-Social Screen & Non-Screen Activities

Sheltering-in-place affords us little freedom to engage in our typical, daily routine. For the teens and young adults we coach, spending time with friends, classmates, and participating in clubs may be impossible to do, and if not, staying connected through the screen just is not the same. Most people, young and old are finding themselves …

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What Does Healthy Digital Media Use Look Like While Socially Isolating?

This information is for those who are 13 & older and is based in research and our practical experience working with our clients. To obtain healthy digital media use information regarding children, 12 and younger contact us at info@collegiatecoachingservices.com. Waking up and engaging in behaviors such as, exercising, eating breakfast, showering, and talking with family/loved …

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Opening the Lines of Communication; Tips & Strategies

Young adults have a strong psychological need to be autonomous and feel competent in their day to day lives. Meeting these needs are critical to healthy development and being able to successfully live independently someday. It can be pretty messy at times when young adults are attempting to achieve these needs. Parents and coaches alike, …

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The Power of Listening and Not Being a “Fixer”

Physical distancing is important in order to stay healthy and to support others to stay healthy. In addition to doing our best to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, the parents and the young adults we work with have had their college campuses close down and have suddenly been reunited within the same home with little …

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We are now enrolling students in our Summer College Preparatory Program! In-Person (Hybrid) and Virtual programs are available.