When Homeschoolers Leave Home: Building Mentally Healthy and Resilient Young Adults



Are you a homeschool parent preparing to send your young adult off to college? This webinar is for you. Josh Krebs offers his experience and insight as a second-generation homeschooler and a licensed therapist to help you prepare your kids for the adjustment to college life. In this webinar he will focus on the struggles he has seen in his years of work with college-aged adults and how to build mentally healthy and resilient young adults who are prepared for life at college and beyond.

Josh was homeschooled K-12th grade and is a graduate of Union University (B.A. in Theology) and Trevecca Nazarene University (M.A. in Counseling) and has worked in treatment centers, private practice, and student counseling. He currently works in private practice at LifeWorks Resources and counsels college students at Union University in Jackson, TN. He and his wife Katie homeschool their six kids.

Learn the unique values that homeschoolers bring to a university environment
Learn common struggles that homeschoolers experience as part of student life
Discuss how unique family values and experiences can cause conflict or stress
Discuss how the academic environment and it’s stressors can uniquely impact homeschoolers
Assess your own children’s preparedness for college life
Create a plan for building the habits and giving the tools your kids need for success


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