Techniques of Educational Therapy: Part II

Course Number: EDUC X330.34


3 units

This course examines the educational therapist's role in remediating client learning difficulties and in developing compensatory strategies to use in educational, vocational, or social settings. Topics include techniques designed to target processing and production problems. These involve input, output, issues of distractibility and impulsivity, and organization, especially the effects of the auditory, visual, and visual-motor domains on learning. Participants learn strategies for dealing with attentional, motivational and behavioral difficulties in a variety of settings such as school, work or home. Special situations such as those involving head injuries and neurological conditions are also discussed.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 9


Starting Apr 9

Course Fees

$445 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 3
$495 after Apr 3


Karen Fried [ bio ]

close [x] Karen Fried, M.A., Founder and Director, K & M Learning Center, Inc., Santa Monica, is also a Psychotherapist and certified Educational Therapist, and specializes in presenting in-service development trainings for educational non-profit institutions, centers, schools, and special educators looking for effective, researched-based techniques to teach struggling learners how to improve their academic performance. Ms. Fried has created trainings in dyslexia, executive functioning, emotions and learning, ADHD, case consultation, interpreting test results, designing treatment plans, social and flexible thinking, working with twice exceptional students, and working with parents, teachers, therapists, psychiatrists, and remediation in all subject areas.


Apr 9 - May 20, 2018


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Section Notes:

Special Refund Policy "A"  applies.


"The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy: Learning and Functioning with Diversity"
Ficksman & Adelizzi
ISBN: 978-1138240537

"Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents"
Dawson & Guare
ISBN: 1606235710

"How to Reach and Teach Children and Teens with ADD/ADHD"
Sandra F. Rief
ISBN: 978-1118937785

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