Letting Go: A Parents' Guide to Understanding the College Years
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About the Author
Karen Levin Coburn is the Senior Consultant in Residence and former Assistant Vice Chancellor for Students at Washington University in St. Louis.
Madge Lawrence Treeger is a psychotherapist and a longtime member of the Washington University Counseling Service.
"A seminal source of information for families and their college-bound children."--Larry Moneta, Vice President for Student Affairs, Duke University
"Filled with practical and up-to-date information, Letting Go is must-reading for parents embarking on this next stage of life with their soon-to-be college students. Undoubtedly, the best guide available today."--Dr. Patricia A. Whitely, Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Miami
"A sensitive, informative and well-written guide to help parents know what their children are getting into when they leave for college. Full of practical advice and psychological insight, it's a better antidote than Valium for the anxieties parents feel as they prepare to let their children go."--Ben Lieber, Dean of Students, Amherst College
"As a high school principal, I find Letting Go to be an invaluable resource. Written in a humorous and accessible style, it answers the questions 'What happens next and how can you deal with it?'"--Louise Losos, Principal, Clayton High School, Clayton, Missouri