Janet Brof: educational therapist
Case Histories

Student "S" was an exceedingly polite, solemn thirteen-year-old boy, about to enter high school. He was deeply affected by the bitter divorce of his parents. "Sullen and withdrawn" was how a psychiatrist described him. There was concern that he would not be ready for writing in high school.
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Student "N" was a bright 3rd grader with attention difficulties that interfered with his reading and writing progress. According to his teacher, he was a nervous wreck and distracted his neighbors. I saw a cute, sweet, tense boy who soldiered on when he read, not stopping for a period or a thought. If I spoke to him in those moments, he became rigid. From one lesson to the next, the phonics I taught him would be gone.
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Student "G" was in 6th grade and struggling with his handwriting. Click To Read More

Student "Z" was a highly intelligent college sophomore who was sent to me by her psychologist. She had multiple learning disabilities which were only diagnosed in high school. Until then she had been humiliated in classes—not knowing what her struggle was. She wanted to produce papers that reflected her many ideas and to hand them in on time.
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