Parent Webinar–Is Your High School Student with an Eating Disorder Ready for College?

College Readiness Webinar 2024 [Image description: photo of Dr. Muhlheim and details about college readiness webinar on Feb 10, 2024]Are you a parent of a High School Junior or Senior with an eating disorder? Learn how to ensure your student is ready for the transition to college. Attend our Parent College Readiness Webinar.

Soon college acceptances will be arriving and deposits will be due shortly. College can be very challenging for young adults with eating disorders who are not in stable recovery. Learn how to evaluate whether your child is ready and how best to help prepare them. We strongly encourage 6 months of solid recovery before sending a young adult to college.

Join Dr. Lauren Muhlheim, author of When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder and co-author of Lauren and Katie’s College Readiness Checklist for a 2-hour webinar.

Saturday, Feb 10, 2024

10-12 pm Pacific Time

Fee $75

Register Here for the Parent College Readiness Webinar

The webinar will discuss:

  • The importance of ensuring college readiness for high schoolers with eating disorders
  • How to use the college readiness checklist
  • How to prepare your high schooler with an eating disorder for college
  • How to develop an eating disorder college contract
  • How to support them through the transition

The course includes:

  • Access to the recorded webinar
  • A fillable version of the College Readiness Checklist
  • A sample college contract

Feedback from Past Attendees:

  • “Excellent seminar. I would recommend this highly to others.”
  • “I feel like I have a roadmap and clear plan of how to better prepare my daughter for college (or not college). It identified the potential pitfalls and gave me peace-of-mind that we will be able to navigate them skillfully.
  • “I thought it was fantastic. The presenter was informed, empathic, and relatable.”
  • “The webinar and all the handouts/contracts were all very helpful in preparing for our daughter to go to college. I especially appreciated your insight about what is happening on college campuses that can affect eating disorders and the suggestions for additional resources/workbooks. Thanks so much for doing this!”
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