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According to the Association of Educational Therapist (AET) website, the main areas addressed by the Educational Therapist are:

  • Learning Disabilities, a generic term which includes (but is not limited to): Dyslexia, Non-Verbal Learning Difficulties, Math Disabilities
  • Other Less Common Conditions, such as Asperger’s Syndrome, Fragile X, and Tourette Syndrome, etc.
  • Attention Deficit Disorder,
  • Language Processing Problems
  • Visual Processing Problems
  • Poor Motivation
  • Low Academic Self-esteem
  • Poor Organizational and Study Skills
  • School and Test Anxiety
  • Poor Social Skills
  • School Placement and Retention
*Association of Educational Therapists (aetonline.org)

About Educational Therapy

Educational therapy is a cross disciplinary profession, drawing on the strengths of psychology, speech and language, pathology, audiology, education, and other related clinical professions. Educational therapy differs from tutoring in that it focuses on the child’s individual learning challenges and develops strategies to overcome or compensate them, thus circumventing the learning deficits and finding achievement.

Following a thorough assessment of the student, the educational therapist creates a customized, research-based program that is designed to address the individual's specific needs. The goal is to create an independent, self- motivated, and successful learner.



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