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“I’m so delighted to see Jennifer regain her self-confidence and enjoy her classes again like she did in junior high. Her GPA has jumped 2 points since working with you! Thank you.” –G. Louis

Dear Concerned Parent,

In my first meeting with Susan, she voiced a common complaint:

“Jake isn't doing his homework. His grades are terrible. I know he's a smart boy—he scored in the 90th percentile on his standardized tests. He just isn't doing his work. What can I do?”

If you’re feeling frustrated about your teenager’s poor academic performance, like Susan, don’t worry. There’s help.

 

“Kimberly Schehrer has written an easy-to-understand book designed for parents whose teenagers are struggling in school. Her approach explores a wide range of issues teens face, from false assumptions about themselves to the power of active listening. I strongly recommend this book for anyone with a teen that is having trouble in school.” - Peter Rothschild, M.D.

 

With this FREE e-book, "WHY MOTIVATION IS NOT YOUR TEEN’S PROBLEM,” you'll discover:
  • Why high school is a tough job
  • What really motivates your teen
  • What fears and fallacies are limiting
    your teen’s ability to adapt to the
    pressure of high school
  • Why your teen is failing and what to do about itparent-with-teen-diversity
  • Why your reaction is making communication with your teen more difficult
  • How to respond to a poor report card
  • Why adding more restrictions usually backfires
  • How to set boundaries your teen will appreciate and benefit from

COMMON BELIEFS THAT KEEP TEENAGERS FROM ACADEMIC SUCCESS

“I work more efficiently when I wait till the last minute.”
“My friends are smarter than me.”
“No matter how much I study, I’ll never be able to get the grades I want.”


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kimberly Schehrer has offered Educational Therapy for teenagers for the past ten years. She is passionate about education as a whole paradigm, including the social, emotional, and academic dimensions of a student’s life. With a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and three years of doctoral studies, her main area of study and practice has been Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. This type of therapy assumes our thoughts are responsible for our emotions and consequently, our behaviors.

Her in-depth and diverse experience includes a position at the Children’s Health Council where she did teen assessments, evaluating intelligence scores and personality development. She also conducted research at Stanford University, examining depression, and counseled teens in two major high schools and a middle school in Silicon Valley.