College Student Therapy – East Lansing
Transitioning From Childhood To Adulthood
The Psychology Of Success!
For many young adults, going away to college is eagerly anticipated. Students may expect an exciting university experience, with new levels of freedom and social interaction. However, for some students, the reality of college life can be very different from what they expected. The pressure to perform well while making new friends, mainiaining relationships, and sometimes holding a job can be overwhelming. For some, this leads to depression and anxiety. Therapy can help.
For new students who are uncomfortable initiating relationships, a college campus can seem like a lonely place. Roommate conflicts or interacting with others from different backgrounds are often new experiences. For others, extracurricular activities, clubs and organizations can challenge time management skills. All the new routines, new responsibilities, and increased workloads can leave some students behind. Finding the right balance of activities can reduce stress and increase enjoyment of life at college.
College is not just about learning from textbooks and professors. It is also a time to develop meaningful relationships, to experience new people and ideas, and to further develop your identity and sense of self. If you are a college student who is struggling with some aspect of university life and you need someone to listen and understand your concerns, therapy is a good place to start.
Call 517-599-4934 today or Contact Psychological Services Of East Lansing to arrange a consultation. As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Titus offers individual and group therapy and counseling to college students. Her East Lansing office is conveniently located for Michigan State University and Lansing Community College students living in the East Lansing, Lansing, and Okemos areas of Michigan.
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