5 BREAKTHROUGH SHIFTS from a Struggling Teen
to a Successful College Student!

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Top five reasons to attend this live webinar:

  • Learn how to motivate your teen to improve their grades now!
  • Transfer responsibility of grades to your teen and get their assignments turned in on time!
  • Foster a strong sense of self-esteem in your teen!
  • How to support your teen with a creative study system to help them get into any University they desire!
  • Investing in your teen with a program that will help them rewire their brain to get better grades, make better choices and increase their resilience and accountability!

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Presented by
Kimberly Schehrer, MA

Kimberly has been supporting parents and teens with improving grades for college acceptance, self-esteem, resilience, and self-responsibility for over 15 years as a Teen Breakthrough Expert. She has worked as a counselor and education specialist at schools, private institutions and within the community in Silicon Valley and beyond.

She's a Mom who has survived both her daughters' teen years.  She feels teens are often a misunderstood group brimming with potential.

She is a National Keynote Speaker and International Best Selling Author.

She holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and 3 years of study in a PhD program.

Judy Johnson Judy Johnson, Grandparent of student

"Kimberly Schehrer has provided superior support for our granddaughter for the past 2 years. She customized an educational plan and learning network to encourage her self-esteem. We have been very pleased with Kimberly's mentoring style and with our granddaughter's progress under her professional guidance and personal devotion. I recommend Kimberly for any educational or life coaching needs."

 Kelsa H. Kelsa H., Student

"I am so glad I had Kimberly! She helped me get organized and start college. She was a great supporter and got me hooked up where I needed to be. She also gave me confidence in my education."