College Launch Group for Young Adult Males
5:30 pm – 6:45 pm
Starting September 13th to December 1st
The Chesapeake Center – virtual
This 8-session program is the best investment a college student with ADHD can make! The focus of this group is helping college students make a successful trantition back to school, and stay on track throughout the semester to reach their goals.is the best designed to provide support as students make their transition back into college. Students will learn about college life skills, life management skills and social skills – all through the ADHD lens.
College Life Skills
Healthy Habits – sleep, daily habits
Life management skills
Managing time in a less structured environment
Keeping up with assignments
Navigating the new social world of college
Robert Greenstone, PsyD PhD
Dr. Robert Greenstone is a psychologist who has enjoyed helping students understand the key aspects of how they can best perform in the college environment. Whether avoidance, isolation, distractions, low motivation, and/or disorganization has been the main struggle, he has helped college students apply strategies and use resources to overcome such barriers. He believes that the two critical aspects for success in academia involve understanding the mechanisms that underlie ADHD and finding the right support to ensure follow-through.
Peter Fitts, LCSW-CPhD
Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical
Peter Fitts, LCSW-C has an extensive history of working with adolescents and college aged young adults who struggle with attention issues and anxiety. He operates from a strengths-based, culturally intelligent, and holistic perspective. In addition to being a clinician, Mr. Fitts also serves as an Adjunct Faculty member at Howard University’s Graduate School of Social Work. This experience strengthens his insight into the struggles of students at the college level as they learn to navigate a “new level of responsibility.”