Dynell Garron Trainings
I am an educational therapist and mom of a high school student with a diagnosis of ADHD and anxiety. I homeschooled my son in the third grade and, more recently, in high school while working full time.
You and I are on the same journey. And, while my professional background prepared me to address his attention and executive functioning challenges, nothing prepared me for the demands of parenting a child who was constantly stressed from school.
Sound familiar? Are you exhausted, worried, or frustrated when talking with your teen about school? Does your teen often lash out or check-out? I promise, there is a better way to get through school.Learn more about Dynell's journey
We only provide relevant information to help you and your teen experience more joy and success.
Parent workshops and laser-focused coaching. Besides whispering in your ear to "let go...let go..." we give you concrete steps and scripts to guide the process of transferring responsibility to your teen. The results: You get your life back and instead of feeling angry, exhausted, and stressed, you can feel energized, hopeful, and relaxed --- and proud to see your teen taking care of themself and their school work.
Weekly check-ins and planning sessions for teens help them stay organized, motivated, and on track. With our coaching, teens are better able to identify their challenges and engage in appropriate problem-solving. Our teen groups have a monthly focus, with weekly practice activities that are based on their actual school assignments, so students build skills without wasting time.
Academic skills taught by an educational therapist. Students learn HOW to learn, take notes, study effectively, improve reading and writing skills, and develop strategies to address attention, executive function, and time management challenges. All of our lessons are research-based and practice-focused so students can try on new strategies right away.
Helping middle and high school students succeed in school, learn about themselves, and take charge of their education.