Corrie CarmanStructured Literacy/Dyslexia Specialist

CERI Verified Provider

4500 Valleydale Road Suite M
Birmingham, AL 35242

Phone: (205) 567-5663

Email: corriecarman@gmail.com

Corrie CarmanStructured Literacy/Dyslexia Specialist

Provider Bio

www.therapeuticLearningLLC.com

Corrie A. Carman, PCET, SLDS received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Liberty University in Virginia. Corrie has been educating children for over twenty-eight years, many of whom have had learning challenges. With three sons who had difficulties learning, primarily Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexia, and a Language Processing Disorder, Corrie has a passion to help individuals grow and learn. Because of her desire to help struggling learners, in 2012 Corrie became a Licensed Professionally Certified Educational Therapist through the National Institute for Learning Development (NILD). NILD addresses cognition, perception, academics, and emotions. In addition, Corrie is a Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist for the Center for Effective Reading Instruction, an affiliate of the International Dyslexia Association. SL/DS is the highest credential for Tier III intervention. Corrie also administers Achievement testing.

Other services Corrie provides is SEARCH & TEACH, an early identification and intervention program meeting the educational needs of young learners. Mrs. Carman, a Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) Instructor also implements the FIE methodology into her therapy sessions. FIE is a thinking enhancement program used to help tens of thousands of people of all ages improve intelligence (www.icelp.info).

Provider Details

  • Accepting New Clients
  • Online Tutorial Service Offered
  • Language Proficiency: English
  • Other Professional Certifications Held: BS Education, Professionally Certified Educational Therapist through The National Institute for Learning Development, Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist through The Center for Effective Reading Instruction, a branch of The International Dyslexia Association