For the last 7 years, I've been working with neurodivergent children and adolescents in clinical and educational settings. Working with children on the autism spectrum, children with ADHD, those with dyslexia, and other neurodiverse students, has taught me much about various challenges that our students face, as well as their unique strengths and abilities which they're bringing into the classroom. I have learned that each neurodivergent student, as well as each neurotypical student is bringing a unique set of needs and abilities to the learning space.
My goal is to meet your child where they are, to find out where their strengths and interests lie, and to learn how to best adjust the learning experience to utilize their strengths and interests to enhance understanding, and build momentum in areas in which your child is struggling.
As an experienced behaviorist, and a being a student with ADHD myself, I can offer unique insights and understanding to help your child wherever they are struggling in their studies, and to assist them in acquiring learning skills which may continue to serve them throughout their career as students, and as lifelong learners.
Undergraduate Degree: Schoolcraft College - Associate in Arts, Liberal Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate Degree: University of Michigan-Dearborn - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
I spend much of my free time playing my guitar and singing. I love listening to music, reading, and writing creatively. My most favorite topics to explore are philosophy, psychology, nature, and animals, especially dinosaurs.
Adult Health and Wellness
Elementary School English
Elementary School Reading
Elementary School Science
Elementary School Writing
High School English
Middle School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Science
Middle School Writing