An Educational Therapist is an educational professional skilled in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, instructional intervention, who works in a clinic, a learning center, in private practice, and in independent schools with children and adults who have various types of learning differences. These problems may include learning disabilities, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, difficulties in reading, mathematics, written language, spelling, and Executive Functions - such as study and organizational skills. The focus of the work in educational therapy is on the precise needs of the individual client rather than a group of students as is often found in school settings. The program meets all of the requirements for membership in the national Association of Educational Therapists (AET).
Candidates who are enrolled in the Educational Therapist Certificate Program may earn a Master of Arts in Educational Therapy.
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* The positions listed here are ones identified by the University as positions for which a program completer would be educationally qualified. This list will be updated as necessary and appropriate.
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