San Francisco Dissertation Support Group is Still Meeting!

My San Francisco Dissertation Support Group has been meeting for a year and a half and members are making progress, sharing resources, and sometimes co-working together. We also have seen members successfully complete their dissertation and graduate!

There are openings for new members, ongoing, and if you or someone you know is interested, simply contact me for a screening.

Time: Wednesdays, 3:45pm – 4:45pm
Location: San Francisco (220 Montgomery Street, Suite 400)
Cost: $35 per session per person, commit to one month at a time
Contact: Please contact Dr. Keely Kolmes at 415-501-9098 or
drkkolmes at hushmail dot com if interested.

The dissertation process can be challenging. Students struggle with isolation, procrastination, time-management issues, feeling stuck, and moments of low self-esteem. Some lack adequate support from advisers, school, friends, or family.  I offer a weekly support group for graduate students who are in the dissertation phase of their academic career. Learn to structure your time while getting support from others.

This group utilizes co-working and an email list to help extend support beyond our weekly meetings. The group is open to graduate students of all sexes, genders, and sexual orientations and is open to up to 8 participants at a time.

All members have a free initial interview. Once accepted to the group, you will commit to one month of meetings and pay in advance for each month.

Let me know if you have any questions. Let us help you move through this process!

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