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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 06, 2020

Achieving Success Through Educational Therapy and Academic Coaching

By |June 11th, 2020|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, [...]

4 05, 2020

When Poor Motivation Is A Symptom And Not The Problem

By |May 4th, 2020|Educational Therapy|0 Comments

There are many reasons why an individual may not be successful in school. Some of the “obvious” reasons parents and teachers attribute to poor academic performance include not doing the assigned work, not studying, poor motivation, and inattention. My 12 years as a special education teacher and 5 years in private practice as an [...]

24 03, 2020

What Essential Study Skills Must All Students Learn To Master?

By |March 24th, 2020|Educational Therapy|0 Comments

All too often, bright kids and their parents experience the frustration of poor grades on exams in spite of spending countless hours studying. More often than not, these students lack efficient study skills and have the potential to excel tremendously with strategic support in this area. Below is merely a sample of test taking [...]

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