Dvora’s work as an educational therapist started in 2013 after she left her full-time teaching job as a resource specialist at a middle school in Los Angeles. She works with Individuals and provides small group instruction to remediate and enrich student learning. Dvora’s approach integrates a mind-body point of view, and the scientific method to support awareness and higher-level thinking. Dvora works collaboratively with families, school staff and other providers.
Three specific content areas of learning are the Dance of the Pen (Real Script), The Science of Words (Structured Word Inquiry), and The Science of Sentences (English grammar).
Dvora integrates interventions for executive function explicitly and implicitly as needed by the learner.
Dvora is a graduate of the LAUSD District Intern Program. She holds a California Teaching Credential in Special Education, a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Loyola Marymount University, and a BA in Sociology from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.