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The Goal of Edu-Therapy Learning Center

Edu-Therapy’s goal is to assess, remediate and self-empower each student to be academically accomplished and creatively expressive. Edu-Therapy’s focus assesses the student’s language reception and expression and implements strategies, which empower learning strengths.


Innovative and creative tools are woven into individualized programs to stimulate processing strengths and socio-emotional well-being. These techniques nurture positive self-esteem and produce self-confident independent learners. Each student understands their strengths and weaknesses; this produces confident, effective self-advocacy and academic success.

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Academic Areas Addressed in Educational Therapy

  • Reading: remembering what was read or heard, associating sounds with symbols, tracking and vocabulary.

  • Writing/Spelling: expressing ideas orally or in writing, spelling correctly developing visual memory and proper word usage.

  • Math: understanding math concepts, recalling math facts, word problems and multi-step problems.

  • Study Skills: completing homework and long term projects, time management, planning and organizing.

  • Critical Thinking Skills: working independently, developing analytical and higher order thinking skills, able to generalize subject matter from one subject to the next. 

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What is Educational Therapy?

Educational Therapy is personalized remedial instruction encompassing a multi-disciplinary approach that integrates information from neurology, psychiatry, psychology, speech/language, art, music, movement and other socio-emotional domains. Educational Therapists are professionals trained in the assessment and remediation of specific learning challenges.


Some learning differences addressed include: dyslexia, ADHD, executive function, language reception and expression, auditory and visual processing deficits and socio-emotional issues. Educational Therapists are trained and experienced in administering academic and cognitive assessments. Educational Therapy also includes developing intervention plans, goal setting and teaching strategies to acquire reading, writing, math, organization and study skills. 

Non-Academic Skills to be more effective:

  • Strategies

  • Organization

  • Problem Solving

  • Attention & Focus

  • Self-Esteem Building

  • Learning Style Strengths & Weaknesses

  • Self-Motivation

  • Self-Advocacy


Socio-Emotional Areas:

  • Lowering Stress

  • Understand relationship between emotions, behavior, healthy choices and learning

  • Develop ‘voice’ to speak up and self-advocate effectively

  • A safe place to express feelings and learn to utilize healing choices to balance sensitive emotions

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