Learning Differences / Educational Therapy

Educational Therapy

Educational Therapy offers a wide range of intensive interventions that are designed to remediate learning problems that affect academics.  Educational Therapists are highly trained to work with students who need help learning in an alternative manner.  Their specialized training enables them to utilize different teaching modalities to improve, correct or overcome these disabilities.

A student may need the help of an educational therapist when some or all of the following behaviors are present:

  • Struggles to maintain concentration
  • Takes a long time to complete homework assignments
  • Struggles to remember things
  • Resists going to school
  • Avoids and/or battles over homework
  • Is easily frustrated by school work
  • Struggles to pay attention and follow directions
  • Feelings of anxiety or depression
  • Avoids or struggles to read
  • Low academic esteem
  • Poor organization and study skills

If you are not sure if your student needs educational therapy or traditional tutoring, please contact us and our team can help guide you through the differences.

Behavioral Services

Team Tutors provides in home-counseling to give children the social and emotional skills they need to achieve academic success. We put a structure in place that will help your child become a more motivated, responsible and successful student and family member. Our behavioral specialists meet the needs of families facing obstacles at home and in the classroom.  Our specialists can work hand-in-hand with our academic tutors to ensure that students have a complete solution for their needs.

  • Organization and study skills
  • Transitioning to a new school
  • School refusal
  • Dealing with bullying
  • Outbursts and tantrums
  • Acting out in school
  • Lagging social skills
  • Impulsive and oppositional behavior
  • Lack of motivation
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Attention deficit