About

Catherine Johnson, Ph.D., is the co-author, with John Ratey, of Shadow Syndromes and, with Temple Grandin, of Animals in Translation and Animals Make Us Human, both New York Times best sellers. She has written for numerous publications including Scientific American Mind and was a Contributing Editor for New Woman Magazine. She teaches and tutors developmental writing at the college level, and was trained in precision teaching and curriculum design at Morningside Academy’s Summer School Institute and in the Hochman Method at The Windward School in White Plains, New York. She is working on a book about implicit learning and the cognitive unconscious.

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Katharine Beals, Ph.D. is the author of Students with Autism, Cutting Edge Language and Literacy Tools for Students on the Autism Spectrum, and Raising a Left-Brain Child in a Right-Brain World and a co-author of Speech and Language Technology for Language Disorders. Katharine has taught expository writing, linguistics, and English as a second language to students of all ages, both in the U.S. and overseas. She is the architect of the SentenceWeaver, a linguistic software program for language-impaired children. She is a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and an adjunct professor at the Autism Program at Drexel University.

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Hourly rate
1 hour $125.00 USD
2 hours $250.00 USD
3 hours $375.00 USD

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