Educational Therapy is a specialised educational support process in which educational therapists collaborate with all the significant people concerned with the student’s learning, and focus not only on remediation but also on building self-awareness and underlying learning skills to help clients become more self-reliant and efficient learners. While the term learning disabilites is a generalization, our Educational Therapists work with students with many learning disabilities including, but not limited to: Dyslexia, Non-Verbal Learning Disorder, Reading and Writing Difficulties, Math Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, Language Processing Problems, Visual Processing Problems, as well as Poor Motivation, Low Academic Self-esteem, Poor Organizational and Study Skills and School and Test Anxiety. Our educational therapists are profesional educators who provide one-on-one individualized intensive intervention utilizing a wide range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of their individual students. Additionally, the McKinna Learning Center Edcuational Therapists foster communication with other professionals, teachers and the student's family to develop a team approach to support the student's learning. Our educational therapists collaboratively set goals and develop an intervention plan that addresses not only academic difficulties, but also psychoeducational and socio-emotional aspects of life-long learning.