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Parents should set up a schedule of communication on a regular basis via telephone and even texting, Pontikes said. Participating in parents’ weekend and other activities for families, along with just being open to listen, can help your college student achieve brief – and long-term goals realistically, she added. But sometimes parental support isn’t more than enough, she explained. When anxiety becomes paralyzing and college students aren’t able to look forward to learning and are unable to embrace the academic experience, parents must seek consultation from a mental health professional, to provide guidance and discuss recommendations for treatment and care, Pontikes said.. Settling the Back-to-School Jitters: – FRIDAY, Aug.