Special Needs: Educational Therapy Can Put Your Child on the Path to Independent Learning

When a child struggles in school despite the best efforts of parents, teachers, and tutors, it may be time to call in an educational therapist. An educational therapist holds a bachelor’s degree, or higher, in education or a related field and is trained to use academic techniques and strategies to treat students who have learning disorders. An ET provides intervention as part of a program in a school setting, a learning center, or a clinic. Dr. Asha Jaleel, an educational therapy researcher, cites “The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy” by Ficksman and Adelizzi to show that three principles guide educational therapy. Principles of Educational Therapy—3 Ps Professionalism: ETs must kno

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