Balancing act: Working to keep today’s stressed students from falling apart
When Milton resident Dr. Jeannine Jannot began her career working with young children and teens more than two decades ago, the then school psychologist never imagined the number of bright students struggling to meet life and academic challenges would reach an all-time high.
Alarmed by the metro area’s increasing suicide rate, the mother of three had a bird’s-eye view of the growing problem. In her work as a school psychologist, student coach and college ...
Meet Jeannine Jannot of The Balanced Student in North Fulton
Today we’d like to introduce you to Jeannine Jannot.
Jeannine, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
After working as a school psychologist and then getting my Ph.D. in child developmental psychology, I spent the next decade raising my kids and working as a parent volunteer. About ten years ago, . . .
A must-listen for parents, Dr. Jeannine Jannot provides practical and valuable advice for anyone with school-age children. A parent and student coach and author of a fantastic new book, Dr. Jannot shares what parents need to be aware of when their super smart student begins falling apart.Other topics discussed:- Learn what a rigor tipping point is- 3S's - Sleep, Screens and Stress and how your student needs help managing these three things- How adolescent anxiety can mimic ADHD- Procrastination triggers and much more!
Dr. Jeannine Jannot, author of The Disintegrating Student: Super Smart & Falling Apart, visits the show to discuss the growing concern of a generation of overstressed kids that are navigating in an achievement driven culture.
Jeannine Jannot is the owner of The Balanced Student whose mission is to help middle school, high school and collage age students increase academic productivity, with an emphasis on physical and mental wellness...
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — For many people as they age, stress can become almost unavoidable. But not all stress is “bad,” and according to local therapists, learning the difference and how to manage stress can save people a lot of frustrations.
“Stress has a bad reputation as something we want to get rid of or reduce,” said Dr. Jeannine Jannot, student and parent coach at Peachtree Psychology in Roswell. “The perfect life would be a stress-free life. We really need to reframe that thinking and understand it is vitally important.” ...
Dr. Jeannine Jannot is the author of The Disintegrating Student: Super Smart & Falling Apart and she hits all the nails on the head of this current mental health crisis our kids are facing! Be sure to listen!
The Disintegrating Student: Super Smart & Falling Apart
Jeannine Jannot, Ph.D. has lived in Milton for the past 14 years. As a part-time college instructor, academic coach and mother of three, Dr. Jannot is an expert on the subject of child and developmental psychology.
On July 14, she released a book called “The Disintegrating Student: Super Smart and Falling Apart,” which explores why otherwise bright, well-adjusted students begin to deteriorate socially, physically and academically.
Do you ever feel like you need more hours in a day? Or experienced that sinking feeling that you’ve accomplished little at the end of a long, exhausting day of running errands and working? These are feelings common to our hectic, fast-paced reality. Personally, it’s waiting that triggers me – time that I could use to get something done.
I have always considered these pockets of waiting to be a colossal waste of . . .