Shanna has been cultivating lifelong learners for over 15 years. Her experiences range across the spectrum of early childhood education, from public to private schools. She has also taught across cultures, having held positions in Makaha (Oahu), Hawaii; Atlanta, Georgia; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Los Angeles, California.
She hold a Masters of Educational Psychology and Special Education. She is a certified Educational Therapist and holds a Clear-California Multiple-Subject Teaching Credential.
Our team of dedicated educational therapists is committed to empowering learners of all ages to overcome challenges and unlock their full potential. Through evidence-based techniques and individualized instruction, we address a wide range of learning difficulties, including reading and writing struggles, executive function deficits, and processing challenges. Our goal is to create a positive and nurturing learning environment, where students feel confident and motivated to excel. Whether your child needs help catching up to grade level, requires specialized intervention, or seeks to optimize their academic performance, our educational therapy services are tailored to meet their unique needs. Together, we embark on a transformative journey, fostering a love for learning and building the foundation for a successful academic future. Discover the joy of learning with our educational therapy services today!
How is Educational Therapy Different From Tutoring?
An Educational Therapist is an educator with specialized training in neuroscience, dedicated to assisting children who face learning challenges. They excel in teaching children valuable skills and strategies to effectively navigate their learning difficulties, enhancing their overall classroom experience. Educational Therapists possess comprehensive expertise in creating targeted intervention plans, conducting assessments, and applying evidence-based methodologies to address specific learning obstacles. In contrast, a traditional tutor primarily focuses on providing support in a particular academic subject.