Educational Therapy

The Learning Boulevard offers individual educational therapy sessions for students of
all abilities. Educational therapy may be recommended by your child's teacher or 

developmental pediatrician if your child is working with a learning disability.

What is an educational therapist?

An educational therapist is a highly educated individual who is trained to improve learning outcomes for students with learning disabilities.

  • Looks to the core issue of why a student is struggling

  • Focuses on the best learning process for the student

  • Individualizes learning based on learning styles and research-based strategies

  • Works with families to create goals and adjusts according to the needs of the student

  • Provides assistance in areas such as executive functioning and cognitive processes

  • Develops a therapeutic process to address both academic and social emotional needs

Educational therapy assists with...

  • Working with a learning disability

  • Low self-esteem or low self confidence

  • Anxiety

  • Behavioral issues

  • Resistance to learning new topics

  • Difficulty sounding out or recognizing words

  • Guessing on schoolwork to finish quickly

  • Difficulty following directions

  • Difficulty with executive functioning / staying organized

  • Difficulty processing information

  • Trouble with spacial awareness

Ready for educational therapy?

Start your path to success by filling out our contact form