During educational therapy, we carry out an individualized treatment plan tailored to a client’s needs, strengths, and abilities. Educational therapists address various areas of a client’s educational development, including academic skills like reading and math, the relationship between behavior and learning, and non-academic skills like organization and self-esteem. Therapy also includes resources such as in-classroom aid for students.


Educational evaluations involve intensive testing for learning disabilities like dyslexia, language learning deficits, and dysgraphia in people of all ages, from infants to adults. Results determine areas of a child’s cognitive and comprehension abilities that require intervention, as well as the resources, therapy, or accommodations needed to provide that intervention.