Maureen Price Tillman, L.C.S.W., received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in 1975. She has practiced as an adolescent and adult psychotherapist in New Jersey for 40 years. Maureen created College with Confidence 15 years ago when she experienced an increase in students for therapy who had a crisis in college and needed to return home. The students were devastated and the parents were confused and extremely worried. Maureen decided to create a proactive college transition service for high school students, as well as help college students become emotionally stable and resilient and decide on the best path moving forward. Maureen has a private practice in Maplewood, New Jersey and with today's technology she is able to consult around the globe. Believing in proactive education, she created The New York Times Local College Corner, had a blog on the Huffington Post, and was recently published byGrown & Flown. Maureen has recently been interviewed for articles in The New York Times and featured in a number of publications for the National Association of Social Workers. You can follow her on her Facebook page, The College Corner.
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