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All students at New Directions receive individual and group counseling sessions weekly. Our clinical staff is available daily to meet with students at our New Directions offices.
The young adult years can be a developmentally difficult period. It’s a time when youths are forming their identities and moving from childhood to adulthood. Some students arrive to college with unresolved childhood issues or traumas. Others struggle with living away from home for the first time or may not have the skills to live independently. They may face problems, such as challenging college classes, difficulty finding a job, poor peer/family relationships, a breakup of a romantic relationship and other issues. New Directions provides clinical psychology services as part of it multi-disciplinary treatment model to help students overcome these challenges and succeed in their life goals.
Finally, the integrated behavioral plans are an important part of the clinical services provided at New Directions. Plans are developed to address each clients unique obstacles so as to best support their goals and behavioral challenges.