Stress, Anxiety and Student Health: What Can Be Done to Help in the Current Climate?
Student psychological unease and stress in our schools seems to increase annually. College admission often gets blamed, but the sources of student stress and the solutions generate from a more widespread set of forces and the solutions demand both similarly individualized and broad-based approaches. We’ve taken on this challenge in our programming and hope to share what we’ve learned in the recent past, proposed continued adjustments for the future, and how to support a college-bound generation that faces profound social and global stressors.
Holly Burks BeckerDirector of College Counseling, Lawrenceville School
Jeffrey Durso-FinleyDirector of College Counseling, Lawrenceville School