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  • Sam DiFranco

Academic Concerns Star Point Counseling Center, Tampa, Fl & Brandon, Fl

Academic concerns may influence a student’s performance in the classroom negatively, but they are also likely to have a significant effect on other areas of life, often placing undue stress on a child and interfering with home, work, and play dimensions. A student who experiences some type of academic concern may benefit from speaking to a therapist at Star Point Counseling Center in Tampa, Fl & Brandon, Fl.

Concerns of an academic nature can relate to a child’s performance in the classroom, but they might also include a child’s behavior toward teachers or fellow students. Some typical academic concerns include: lack of proper attention, bullying at school, disinterest in a topic and or confusion or misunderstanding of a topic. Parents and classroom instructors who maintain an awareness of any difficulties the children in their care might be having may be able to recognize an academic concern early in its development. This mindfulness may benefit a child significantly.

Academic concerns may result from mental health issues, such as anxiety or ADHD, but at the same time, a child might also develop mental health concerns, such as stress, as a result of his or her academic difficulties

Star Point Counseling Center in Tampa, Fl & Brandon, Fl offers therapy for parents that need help with their child opening up about learning challenges. As well as, child therapy to provide a safe environment to express themselves.

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