Marcy Dann, Ed.D. earned her doctorate in Cognitive Diversity.
• She has been in clinical practice for 35+ years as an educational therapist.
• She provides consultation at Bridges Academy, a school for twice-exceptional students in the Los Angeles area where she has worked since 2004.
• She was the coordinator for the Master's and Post-Master's Certificate Programs in Educational Therapy at California State University at Northridge (CSUN) as well as an adjunct instructor and supervisor (2004 - 2021).
• She held several elected board positions including President of the Association of Educational Therapists (AET) (2010 - 2012) where she was honored by AET as a Fellow for her exceptional work performed on behalf of the profession of educational therapy.
Dann is a contributing writer to the 2e News (2021), Variations 2e (2020), Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy: Functioning with Diversity (Ficksman & Adelizzi, 2018), and the 2e Newsletter, (2008).
Dann offers consultations for parents and speaks at presentations for stakeholders who work with the 2e population, including teachers at in-service meetings, national conferences, regional workshops, and webinars.