5 FREE minutes of THERAPY as you head into 2021

Do you feel like you could use five free minutes of therapy as you kick off the new year? Maybe you’re a current student preparing for the return to campus, or maybe you’re a high school senior in the midst of your college search. In either case, you’re about to experience transition. And as Reid Swetland from the Gordon College Counseling Center reminds us, change is the number one stressor for us all. Thankfully, there are some simple steps we can all practice to help us move through transition as peacefully as possible. We hope this message helps settle your mind as you prepare for whatever transition is headed your way!

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