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About Eran Grayson

Eran Grayson is a time management consultant and executive functioning coach in private practice. He specializes in helping college students and busy professionals who are struggling to meet the demands and expectations that are placed upon them due to difficulties with time management, planning, and organization. As an ICF certified coach, Eran is trained to work with a variety of individuals and needs. He is frequently sought by business executives and entrepreneurs who are overwhelmed with too much to do and not enough time to do it all. In addition, his background in educational therapy and expertise in time management has made him a valuable asset to the ADHD community which he has served since 2003. Eran provides a non-judgmental space for his clients to increase their self-awareness, identify their obstacles, and achieve their goals. He has dedicated his professional career to serving his clients and helping them grow and transform their lives.
11 10, 2019

College Support Services For Individuals With Special Needs

By |October 11th, 2019|ADHD|0 Comments

Evaluating The Range Of Support Services On College Campuses For students who learn differently, finding the right college fit is crucial for college success. This sounds easy enough, but how do you know where to start? After all, there are 2000+ colleges in the United States and they vary tremendously in the way they [...]

20 09, 2019

What Is Educational Therapy?

By |September 20th, 2019|Educational Therapy|0 Comments

Educational Therapy offers children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning challenges a wide range of intensive, individualized interventions designed to remediate learning problems or address academic underperformance. Educational Therapists engage students in activities that help academics as well as teach processing, focusing, organization, memory, and study skills. Educational Therapy vs. Tutoring The [...]

9 09, 2019

What Is A Neuropsychological Assessment?

By |September 9th, 2019|ADHD|0 Comments

Pediatric and Young Adult Neuropsychological Assessment: The Big Picture “My son has trouble reading simple words. He guesses and substitutes words when he reads. Daniel calls himself ‘stupid.’ He will be in the third grade next fall. Something is wrong. I need help.” “I guess my granddaughter always had problems with focus. She had [...]

26 08, 2019

What Can We Learn From Coaching?

By |August 26th, 2019|ADHD|0 Comments

Coaching is becoming widely recognized as an effective method to living a better, more fulfilled life. The coaching process itself is designed to bring about increased self-awareness and clarity and result in action plans that help us reach our goals. In this blog post I wish to share with you what I learned about [...]

9 07, 2019

What Is The Difference Between Educational Therapy And Tutoring?

By |July 9th, 2019|Educational Therapy|0 Comments

1. Services Provided: An educational therapist provides individualized intensive intervention, conducts formal and informal assessment of academic skills, and utilizes alternative teaching strategies. An educational therapist can also provide case management for clients with a wide range of learning disabilities and learning issues. For example, I regularly collaborate and coordinate services with teachers, doctors, [...]

11 06, 2019

Achieving Success Through Educational Therapy and Academic Coaching

By |June 11th, 2019|Educational Therapy|0 Comments

Young people, particularly those with ADHD, are in the earlier stages of developing their self-awareness, so they are unlikely to be aware of their strengths and advocate for themselves. As a result, they are vulnerable to developing low self-esteem and negative thinking when they struggle with their studies.  For those young people with ADHD, [...]

26 05, 2019

Undiagnosed Learning Disabilities: What’s At Stake

By |May 26th, 2019|ADHD|0 Comments

What The Research Says According to research conducted by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) in 2008, the prevalence for learning disabilities in the US is currently 7%. That is a sobering number for parents to consider, especially in light of what is at stake. Learning disabilities are disorders that make acquiring [...]

12 05, 2019

ADHD Communication Tips: Becoming A Better Listener

By |May 12th, 2019|ADHD|0 Comments

How hard can it be to listen? Quite difficult, in fact. Listening is not the same as hearing, nor is it as natural as many people might think.  There are many pitfalls we may fall into while listening to others, and much of the time we are not even aware, unlike [...]