Trish Schreiber is an educational therapist in private practice in San Francisco and Sonoma County. She specializes in working with students of all ages who experience difficulty while learning and performing academic tasks. She has a Master’s Degree in Special Education; Mild to Moderate Learning Disabilities, Certificate of Educational Therapy and a California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential.
Schreiber Educational Services focuses on helping families understand their children’s learning strengths and weaknesses, and in helping students achieve academic goals. These goals are met through the integration of assessment, specialized instruction and communication with teachers, allied professionals, and family.
Trish works with students of all ages from first grade through adulthood. Primarily, she focuses on working with students between grades five and twelve, teaching organization, study skills, learning strategies, writing (all levels), and providing math support (through Pre-Algebra). The goal for each student is to achieve academic success and independence.
Trish is also a Professional Developer for the Strategic Instruction Model strategies created by the University of Kansas Center for Research and Learning. She is certified to train individual teachers or groups of teachers to use the SIM strategies with their students in private practice or in the classroom. For more on the SIM strategies, visit: http://www.ku-crl.org/