Parenting teens is really hard.

If you're trying to help your teen with the college application process but you feel like you’re getting a lot of resistance from them, let’s talk about some things you can do instead.

In this 20-minute phone call we'll discuss the goals you’d love to see your teen accomplish this year, and how you can support them (without overstepping!) through their college application process and transition to freshman year.

Sign up for a Parent Strategy Session!

During this session we will…
Identify the biggest challenges your teen will need to overcome this year, in order to earn complete the college application process and successfully transition into their freshman year
Prioritize the 1-2 most important strategies your teen needs to develop before they leave for college so they can be successful on their own
Outline specific steps you can take to support your teen during the college process without getting over-involved or creating more conflict or stress for both of you
Let's set up a time to chat!

Despite being told by her high school guidance counselor that she shouldn’t bother applying to ivy league schools because she wouldn’t be able to afford them, Dr. Maggie Wray was accepted to every college she applied to (including Princeton, Dartmouth, and Cornell). She graduated college debt-free with a Bachelor’s degree in Astrophysics from Princeton and went on to earn her Ph.D. in Neurobiology and Behavior from Cornell.

Dr. Wray founded Creating Positive Futures, LLC in 2013 to help students develop the mindset, organization, time management, and study skills they need to excel in high school and to thrive in the most competitive schools in the country. Her team of coaches works one-on-one with students to provide students with research-based strategies, accountability, and encouragement they need to achieve their academic goals.

To learn more about her work, visit her website at

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