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Peachtree Psychology


Jeannine Jannot Peachtree Psychology

Jeannine Jannot, Ph.D

Student, Parent, & Productivity Coach


The Disintegrating Student by Jeannine Jannot

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Struggling But Smart,  Falling Apart, & How To Turn It Around 

Jeannine Jannot, Ph.D.

“Early intervention at the first signs of academic distress is game changing for students in today’s high pressure, high-stakes achievement culture.”

Jeannine is the author of The Disintegrating Student: Struggling But Smart, Falling Apart, & How to Turn it Around, a Student and Parent Coach, and Adult Productivity Coach. She holds a master’s degree in school psychology and a doctorate in child and developmental psychology,  She has over 25 years experience working with children, teenagers and young adults in both public and private school settings, from preschool through college.  In addition she has over ten years of  experience teaching college level psychology courses and freshman seminars.  Jeannine is passionate about identifying the root causes of issues that may be holding students back, and customizing strategies to achieve success—with an emphasis on physical and mental wellness, and how their parents can provide the support necessary.  

Adult productivity coaching is customized for individuals who have a vision but need help with the execution. Learn how to feel less busy, yet accomplish more each day. Take aways include learning how to manage your time, energy and attention; identification of your highest-impact tasks; and gaining control over maintenance and support tasks that repeatedly hijack your time and energy. 

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Areas of Expertise: ADHD, Student / Parent Coaching, Parenting, Work Life Balance

Adult Coaching - productivity, time management, organization, ADHD/executive functioning, sleep, stress and energy management 


Ages: tweens to adult


“After a few sessions my son's procrastination dropped and he began to get back on track quickly."     Brad, parent of high school junior

“I wish there was something like this when I was in high school because I was not motivated at all. I didn't know how to study properly or take notes. You showed me how to be more focused and to work hard for what I wanted. Now I've reached my goal of going to UGA and I am so excited!”     Dee, former student

“Not only was the middle school workshop fun, I learned how to use my agenda to stay organized. I'm still using it now in eighth grade. Being organized helps take a lot of the pressure off.” ​  Alex, current 8th grade student

“When my son came home from the How to Thrive in Middle School workshop with Dr. Jannot, we had to immediately run out and buy him a day planner. He was so excited to 'get himself organized' for 6th grade. So we did, that day. I thought this would be something that he would lose interest in after the first week, but he is now in 8th grade and his agenda/day planner is still a huge part of his organizational routine. He is an organized person by nature, but having Dr. Jannot reinforce the importance of mastering this skill in Middle School and giving him the roadmap on how to do so was truly invaluable.”      Kellie, parent of middle schooler

"I brought my son to Jeannine after a trip to his doctor for constant stomach aches. These were determined to be stress induced from school. My son is super intelligent, and until the end of 8th grade, coasted through school without needing to study or be organized. The end of 8th grade and the beginning of 9th grade, his lack of organization and planning led to many missing assignments, failing tests, and ultimately failing class grades. Jeannine was AMAZING! She taught my son organizational methods that would work for him (since keeping an agenda is not going to happen), she gave him ideas for study skills in classes he did not know how to study for, but most importantly she gave him permission not to be perfect in his own eyes. After the sessions with Jeannine, my son worked hard using what he had learned and managed for finish the semester with all As and Bs! We are so proud of him, but most importantly, he is proud of himself! We could not thank Jeanine enough for her knowledge and patience!"     Tina, parent of a 9th grader

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