In addition to monitoring our students’ academic progress, Prep for Prep works with independent schools and colleges to advocate for the social, emotional, and mental health of our students. If you are seeking extra support from Prep, speak with your child’s Post-Placement Counselor or Undergraduate Affairs Officer for referrals to consult with our mental health staff so they can assist you with securing the appropriate services. Our licensed clinical support staff also help Prep families by regularly facilitating parent support groups on different topics impacting their children.
Our Wellness Resources page is updated regularly with resources centered around specific issues that affect our community. Many high-achieving individuals may have difficulty coping with perceived failures and experience self-doubt or what is known as imposter syndrome. Below, please find resources that help define imposter syndrome and techniques for managing those perceptions and expectations. View previously featured resources at the bottom of this page.