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Wellness Resources

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.

The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified common stressors in our day-to-day lives, visit the resources on this page to learn about how to develop healthy coping mechanisms and where to seek help when you need it.

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  • Build Your Community

    Five ways to build community to improve your mental health.
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  • Coping Mechanisms

    Learn the difference between coping mechanisms and defense mechanisms, as well as different coping styles.
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  • Healthy Alternatives

    Learn what addiction is and how to find healthy alternatives.
    Read more.
Previously Featured

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  • A Psychological Exploration of Zoom Fatigue

    A closer look at what causes zoom fatigue and how to prevent burn out. Read more.
  • Communicate Healthy Boundaries During COVID

    Steps to set and maintain boundaries, and express your needs clearly. Read more.
  • Healthy Family Relationships & Stress Relief

    How to navigate complicated family relationships and relieve stress.
    Read more.

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  • High School Financial Planning

    Lessons from money management to insurance to help students begin planning for the future. Read more.
  • Know Your Options: Paying for College

    Understand your financial aid offer, and your responsibilities and rights when it comes to student loans. Read more.
  • Managing Finances During COVID-19

    Ten suggestions to navigate the financial emergencies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.

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  • Back to School Planning

    Checklists to help parents and guardians prepare for in-person or at-home learning. Read more.
  • Grief and COVID-19

    Mourning our bygone lives: how to heal from the series of losses caused by the pandemic. Read more.
  • Mental Health Apps

    A list of mental health apps covering categories like mindfulness, self-help, and professional support. Read more.

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  • Effects of Racism on Mental Health

    The link between experiences of racism and strength and anxiety for Black Americans. Read more.
  • Identity and Cultural Dimensions

    Bringing culture and identity into the conversation of mental health and mental health care. Read more.
  • A Guide to Understanding Everyday Bias

    A discussion guide and action steps to understanding and raising awareness of everyday biases. Read more.
"Family Dynamics" - Our Mental Health Minute
Dealing with Anxiety During a Pandemic
"Get Comfortable with being Uncomfortable," a TED Talk with Luvvie Ajayi
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