Jeremy Davidson, M.Ed., ET/P
Educational Therapy & Consulting
Executive Functioning Skills Support
School Placement Consultation
Partnership with Students, Families, Schools
Early Literacy Intervention & Skills
Executive Function Skills
Math Skills Remediation (K-9)
Writing across Subject Areas
Collaboration with Allied Professionals
Student Self-Advocacy and Goal Setting
School Administrator Leadership Coaching
In addition to his work as an educational therapist in school and clinical settings, Jeremy brings over ten years of classroom teaching and learning specialist experience in independent and public school settings to his practice. With a strengths-based, relational approach, Jeremy seeks to help his students better understand their academic talents and challenges as a springboard to develop new tools and strategies in school. Moreover, educational therapy can give students opportunities to take new confidence with them into the classroom and beyond. Jeremy has worked with students from preschool through 12th grade across academic subjects.
Jeremy values the wealth of helpful information that can come from collaboration with not only parents and teachers, but also other allied professionals who work with his students. He consults and collaborates with pediatric occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, developmental optometrists and pediatricians, and child psychologists to support his students, their families, and their school support personnel. He also participates regularly in professional study groups with other educational therapists and allied professionals.
An avid masters swimmer, Jeremy swims with the Temescal Masters team in Oakland.
B.A., Music, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
Multi-subject CLAD (Crosscultural Language and Academic Development) California teaching credential, Bay Area Teacher Training Institute in partnership with San Francisco State University
M.Ed., Certificate in Educational Therapy, Holy Names University, Oakland, CA
Handwriting Without Tears
Words Their Way
Courses in Making Math Real
Professional Member of the Association of Educational Therapists
Northern California Branch of the International Dyslexia Association