THE LEARNING CENTER AT WRIGHT PSYCHOLOGY

Dyslexia.  Dysgraphia.  Dyscalculia.    

It can feel overwhelming when you are told your child has a learning difference like dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia.  You have so many questions, like “What is the best treatment?”  “Will my child be able to succeed in school and in life?” and “Where should we even start?”  You may feel lost, especially if your child’s school doesn’t seem to know what to do either. Who can you trust to provide you with the truth about what you should do next? 

You can trust the professionals at The Wright Psychology and Learning Center to be your guide as you navigate the journey ahead.  Our center was founded by a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, which means we adhere to the highest of ethical standards when discussing your options for treatment.  The truth is, there are many different interventions that work for children with learning disorders like dyslexia, and we think it is important for you to know about all of them (even ones we don’t offer) so you can make the best decision for your family. Researching options for your child’s learning disorder treatment shouldn’t feel the same as buying a new car. If you are feeling pressure to sign a contract or to begin services right away, without time to fully consider all of your options, that is not ok.  High pressure sales tactics are unethical in the field of Psychology, and you won’t find those here. Instead, when you call our Learning Center you will receive honest, professional advice about your options, and whether or not we are the best fit for your child.   

 We believe in 100% transparency about our Academic Interventions, and provide straightforward answers to your questions. We provide Multi-sensory, Structured Literacy Intervention for students who are dyslexic. We are proud to be Certified Instructors in the Barton Reading & Spelling System, one of the most widely-used dyslexia intervention programs in the world.  We also offer “Original” Orton-Gillingham Intervention for dyslexic students.  We will gladly discuss these two programs and how they work to improve reading and spelling skills with you to determine which is the best fit for your child! 

 Our math curriculum consists of the multi-sensory Math-U-See program.  This program is often referred to as the “Orton-Gillingham” of Math.

 Our writing curriculum comes from the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW).  

 We encourage you to research these excellent programs before committing to working with us, so that you feel confident that you are making the right choice.  Each of these programs have been proven to work for kids with learning disorders through independent, peer-reviewed research.

We are providing Academic Intervention Services both in-person and online using telehealth!

Ready to learn more about The Learning Center at Wright Psychology?

 

It’s easy to get started with our Learning Center!   

Step 1 – Call to talk with the Learning Center Director, Abby Klein 

Step 2 – Send us any evaluations that have been done with your child for review (we do not require your child to have another evaluation at our office to receive academic intervention) 

Step 3 – Register for Services (No Contracts -Cancel anytime without penalty)

Yes, it’s that easy!  Get started today by calling (502) 807-9551. 

 

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