Marcy Dann, MA, BCET, FAET
 
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Consultation for Schools, Parents and Programs

Supervision for Interns

Webinars, Inservices and Workshop Presentations

Educational Therapy Clinical Practice

PARENT CONSULTATION


• Create a dynamic profile of your child.

• Gather the varied components of your child’s growth.

• Seek and share optimal information with teachers and professionals.

• Expand your understanding of how executive functioning skills impact your child’s progress.

• Finesse the wording of your observations and questions for meetings.

• Prioritize the issues and ready next steps.


ET SUPERVISION

• Case Management

• Executive Functioning Skills


SCHOOL-AGED CLIENTS


Ongoing, intensive, individualized sessions using a personalized, strength-based approach using best practices.







 

 

 



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Marcy Dann has been in clinical practice for 30+ years.  She is currently the coordinator for the Masters and Post-Master's Certificate Programs in Educational Therapy at California State University at Northridge (CSUN) as well as an instructor and supervisor. Marcy is also a consultant at Bridges Academy, a school for twice-exceptional students in the Los Angeles area and is on the Advisory Board of the 2e Center for Research and Professional Development.  She was President of the Association of Educational Therapists (AET) from 2010 - 2012 and was honored by AET as a Fellow for her exceptional work performed on behalf of the profession of educational therapy.  She is a contributing author to the Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy (Ficksman & Adelizzi, 2010), the AET Journal, and the 2e Newsletter.  In addition to her clinical practice serving clients in K - 12 and their parents, Dann offers consultations for school administration and parents, presentations for national conferences, workshops and webinars. Supervision is available online and in person for educators, novice educational therapists and educational therapy interns.