Learning Landscape is a private-practice Educational Therapy company based in Edmonds, Washington that provides intensive, individualized educational interventions for the student with learning differences such as reading disabilities and attentional challenges.

What services does Learning Landscape provide?

Working primarily with adolescents and adults, we offer the following services:
  • Informal & Formal Academic Assessment
  • Remediation of Learning Differences
    • Reading Skills Written Language Skills
    • Executive Function Skills, such as Study Techniques and Time Management Skills
  • Transition Process
    • High school to post-secondary education or employment for students with learning disabilities
  • Self-Advocacy
    • Understanding your strengths and weaknesses, and which accommodations you're entitled

How do educational therapy services work?

After an initial consultation, a cognitive and academic evaluation is scheduled. Learning strengths and deficiencies are defined and a therapy plan is developed. Skills are trained in hourly sessions at the therapist’s office. In the educational consultation meeting, all previous tests and records are reviewed. Test findings are explained, educational options are discussed, and questions regarding special education laws and 504 accommodations are answered. When parents can identify their child’s needs and understand their options, a plan of action can be developed.

How is educational therapy different than tutoring?

Tutoring focuses on re-teaching academic subjects. This can be beneficial for students who are behind, need a little extra support to keep up, or have specific needs in particular subjects and who want to get ahead. While a tutor mainly supports a student in content and curriculum, educational therapeutic approaches take into account the social, emotional, and neuro-biological factors that impact learning.

Educational therapy attempts to uncover the underlying causes of learning problems and addresses the learning skills such as visual and auditory processing, attention and focus, and memory skills. Academic skills such as reading and writing are remediated after weak processing skills are identified and addressed. Students learn their strengths and how they learn best, with the hope that they are then able to apply these life-long learning skills to all aspects of their life.


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Contact Information:
Kristie R. English, M.Ed.
Educational Therapist, Reading & Learning Disabilities Specialist


5005 200th Street SW, Suite 102
Lynnwood, WA 98036
(206) 595-1771