3 College Counseling Tutors Found Near Spokane, WA

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Judy H.

College Counseling Tutor

Post Falls, ID 83854

Will travel 9 miles

$40 per hour.

4.53 30 ratings

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Plunge into Reading,Writing,Psychology,Swimming

I am Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist by the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, and complete continuing education courses at a vocational school with a credentialed clinical hypnotherapy instructor every 2 years in order to keep my certification current. I graduated from the Hypnotherapy Institute of Spokane. I assist clients in reducing addictions, compulsions,stress, anxiety, phobias, grief, insomnia, self-defeating behaviors, and enhancing self-esteem, relationships, and performance in tests,public speaking, and sports. I also possess a Master's Degree in Education with a concentrati [more]

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Rachel K.

College Counseling Tutor

Spokane, WA 99204

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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Experienced Tutor in the South Hill

I enjoy researching programs for myself and for others. During my time as an undergrad, many of my sorority sisters would come to me for help making their class schedules for the upcoming semester. Taking into account their work schedules, preference for mornings or afternoons, and course requirements I'd work with them to create an ideal class schedule. Furthermore, I just submitted my graduate school application so I am quite familiar with the process and can advise others as well. Hi there. My name is Rachel and I'm a Creative Writing MFA student at Eastern Washington University, as well as [more]

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Tara W.

College Counseling Tutor

Spokane, WA 99203

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 33 ratings

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Published Academic Writer with Masters Degree in Psychology

I am a practicing behavioral health clinician who regularly counsels teens who are making decisions about their career choices, including entering college. In addition, I work directly with current college students who are struggling with difficulties while trying to maintain their studies. As a clinician, I regularly guide young adults with several issues which involve college choices - including considering geographical area, financial concerns while in college or prior to starting college, family pressure around making specific career choices, and managing learning disabilities while in c [more]