Private Mentoring

Wellness Advising for College Students & Grads

Everyone needs a mentor. We are not meant to figure out life alone. 

Mentor sessions are like a good chat with a friend who gets what you’re going through. I’m able to intuitively hear what you mean and guide you towards your own path. Having someone to talk to during transition can make some of life’s more confusing moments bearable! The foundation for all my work is to help you feel confident, know what you’re good at, and be your most authentic self in the world. I’m obsessed with helping you see where you are and get you to where you want to be.  Your friends are always there to listen, but a mentoring session allows you to be heard and guided in a way that is very much tailored to you!

I’m always so impressed by the sweet smarties that I get to work with. Here are a few colleges that they go/ graduated from: 

Fairfield University. UVA. Boston College. Vanderbilt. University of Michigan. Loyola Maryland. Montclair State University. Pace University. University of Vermont. Columbia University. 

what’s mentoring like?

 

 

session information

  • 1 hour long
  • Phone, FaceTime or in-person
  • I recommend doing session in a package of four so that you get the benefit of really building a relationship that’s more than one hour (plus it’s cheaper).

what’s the benefit?

Having a mentor in your inner circle is a game changer. Research shows that, “lifelong wellness starts in college where students learn to balance academic, social, health, and financial demands independently” (Baldwin 2017). Girls with mentors feel more connected, happier, capable, and supported. Sessions offer guidance during college and post grad, both times of massive transition. 

Baldwin, D. R., Towler, K., Oliver, M. D., & Datta, S. (2017). An examination of college student wellness: A research and liberal arts perspective. Health Psychology Open

Let’s Get Started! 

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