Group Coaching for Parents of College-bound Teens

November 11, 2014 – November 11, 2014



Did you know that the wrong college choice can cost your family an extra $35,000?? 

Let “The Education Doctor” help you make the right decisions so you don’t go broke for college 


Join “The Education Doctor” (Dr. Pamela) on a group coaching call as she helps to clarify the college process for parents. Group coaching is a way to not only gain the expertise of a private college counselor but also to demystify the college admissions process as you’re working with your teen. Learn from other parents of college-bound teens, gather tips and strategies for choosing right-fit colleges, getting more scholarship dollars, and helping your teen manage their time!


Group coaching will be conducted via conference call and is designed to provide a forum for information sharing. You will gain insight to help your teen get into their dream college. All calls will be recorded and emailed to participants.


The calls are for one hour and cost $39. Seats are limited, so sign up quickly!



Where you can Go to College for FREE . . . Study Abroad

Lately, I’ve had several conversations with parents who are seeking ways to further reduce the cost of their college investment. An alternative to the high cost of tuition for US colleges is attending college in another country.

Here are 7 countries to consider:

  1. Germany
  2. Finland
  3. France
  4. Sweden
  5. Norway
  6. Slovenia
  7. Brazil

While it may sound great on paper (or during cocktail party conversations), there are several questions parents should ask to make sure that this option is viable for their teen. These 3 questions capture the overall fit that makes a difference in whether a student is successful in college, in the US or abroad:

  • Is studying abroad for college a good academic fit?
  • How will my teen fit in socially during their college years on a campus abroad?
  • What other financial costs will there be that may offset the tuition savings?

Then the flip-side of these questions will be those questions that the parents must ask themselves, like can they emotionally bear having their teen “so far” away from home. That’s a difficult question for many parents to answer whether they are sending their first or their last child off to college.