Reducing Stress for First-Year College Students through Executive Functioning Coaching
Learning Disabilities Association of America's (LDA) Annual International Conference
Institute for Achievement and Learning
Evans, A., & Knight, M. (2021, February 18-21). Reducing stress for first-year college students through executive functioning coaching [Conference session]. Learning Disabilities Association of America's (LDA) 58th Annual International Conference, Virtual, United States.
Their presentation, Reducing Stress for First-Year College Students through Executive Functioning Coaching, focused on supporting the transition into college through coaching, creating a sense of well-being and reducing stress. They noted that students are supported in the development of time management, organization and prioritizing, in addition to exploring factors that positively contribute to a sense of wellbeing such as social connectedness, resilience and anxiety management.
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