Due to Covid-19 social distancing protocols, we will be offering Virtual Coaching
The team at Collegiate Coaching Services understands how difficult this time is for students now that classroom learning has shifted to online learning. The way we stay involved in academics and connect with each other is significantly being altered due to being required to engage in social distancing. Students are being mandated to abandon their campus and the comfort of their daily routine, which is causing disruptions in many areas of their lives, such as with academics, ongoing employment, engaging with friends, clubs, sports teams and much more. Virtual connection is not ideal, and yet it is very important to learn how to effectively participate via online platforms that will support students’ academic success and mental and emotional wellbeing.
Our team has swiftly prepared for these changes and we are providing effective approaches to support students to learn online and stay on track with academic responsibilities, as well as maintain connection with important contacts such as, friends, teammates, tutors and professors. In addition, our team of coaches are here to support parents who are also impacted by these changes, which likely involves your student moving home. Our coaches are adept at coaching parents in many areas, and at this time may include problem solving how to best support their child to engage in responsible behavior and stay on track with academics, while not stepping into the stressful role of being in charge of their day to day lives.
We are here to guide you and support you through this challenging, disruptive and unpredictable time.
Virtual coaching allows us to provide support to students no matter where they reside. For those students who live in close proximity to Boulder, CO, our plan will be to move your services to in-person coaching once social distancing is no longer required.
This service is available to students in high school, undergraduate and graduate students.
Tracy Markle, MA, LPC
Owner & Director