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Marni Pasch,                   MA Counselor Education

I know how painful it can be to feel like a failure at school and want to give up.I struggled with motivation and procrastination for most of my school life.

After finding creative study skills and tricks to beat procrastination, school became much more fun; I even started turning in work before the deadline! For the first time I felt excited to learn.

I never thought I would be able to say that; I only wish I had learned that sooner.

Instead I turned my experience into my passion! I received my masters degree in school counseling. I love helping students de-stress and become rock star students.

 

 

 
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I work with students in grades 6th and higher, who struggle with academic confidence and motivation. I help you survive school with less stress by helping you create concrete goals, tackle procrastination and learn creative study skills.

 

 

Qualifications:

  • MA, Counselor Education         University of central florida

  • BA Justice, Literature      American University

  • Coaching Students with ADHD      Certification JST Coaching

  • Anti-Boring Approach to Studying  Certification Gretchen Wegner

  • course work in gifted education

Privacy Policy
 

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to inform you of my privacy policies and how your information is used.  I spend most of my time working with students and not technology, so my policy is pretty basic.

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I don't sell or trade your information, because in the words of Michelle Tanner "How rude!"

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To sum it up: cookies are here, but you can change your browser settings and any newsletters or signups are done of your own free-will.