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My Services 

Southern Oregon EmpowerED has partnered with Dr. Jeffery P. Fry, licensed psychologist, to provide Southern Oregon with state of the art, comprehensive learning disorder evaluations as well as educational therapy and consulting. The following types of diagnostic evaluations are now offered:


Dyslexia (Reading Disorder/Disability)

Dyscalculia (Math Disorder/Disability)

Dysgraphia (Disorder of Written Expression)


All evaluations include the following components:


  • Records review (as needed)

  • Intake interview/forms with licensed psychologist via telehealth

  • Brief measure of Intellectual Functioning (e.g., KBIT-2 Revised)

  • Academic achievement in areas of concern (e.g., KTEA-3, WIAT-4)

  • Neuropsychological functioning related to academic areas of concern (e.g., FAR, FAM, FAW, etc)

  • Standardized Measure of Executive Functioning (e.g., BRIEF-2)

  • Rating scales specific to learning

  • Mental health screening measures (e.g., anxiety, depression, ADHD, etc)

  • Scoring and interpretation of assessment results

  • Written report with medical diagnosis and recommendations (as appropriate)

  • Feedback session with licensed psychologist via telehealth

  • Superbill provided for possible insurance reimbursement        


* Your first session of educational therapy is included if you choose to have a comprehensive evaluation as part of your educational workup!


Visit to find a breakdown of cost and further information

New Service


Educational Therapy and Educational Consulting 


I provide 1-on-1 educational therapy and educational consulting services both in-person and virtually.

I work with students and families of varying learning challenges including learners with ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and processing disorders.


  • Decoding (sounding out words)

  • Phonological Processing (processing sounds)

  • Phonemic awareness (manipulating sounds)

  • Reading comprehension

  • Fluency

  • Vocabulary development

Outdoor Reading


  • Letter/word formation

  • Sentence Structure

  • Brainstorming and planning

  • Writing mechanics and editing

  • Paragraph writing

  • Essay writing

In the Classroom


  • Number sense

  • Problem solving

  • Fact fluency 

  • Percents, decimals, fractions

  • Pre-algebra and algebra

  • Geometry

Solving Math Problem

Overlapping Skills

Academic Skills

  • Note taking

  • Studying and test taking 

  • Critical thinking

  • Problem solving

  • Making connections

  • Research

Executive Skills

  • Time management

  • Planning

  • Organizing

  • Prioritizing

  • Tast initiation

  • Working memory

IEP Coaching/SPED Advocacy 

If your child attends public school and is in Special Education, I offer support for families looking to better understand the system and to ensure that their child is receiving certain accommodations and services in school as outlined in their Individualized Education Plan. These support service may include:

  • Consulting with the child and the family

  • Attendance at IEP/504 meetings

  • Communication with the child's teacher (s) including the special education teacher

  • Interpreting evaluation reports 

  • Helping to draft measurable IEP goals to track student progress

Find out more:

The Process

Your child will exit my educational therapy services feeling empowered.

That feeling of empowerment will resonate throughout the family as well.


I invite you to think of my approach as a wave. 

In our work together, your child and I will build momentum across the following five domains:

self-awareness, motivation, knowledge + skills, persistence + resilience, and confidence + independence

in pursuit of reaching our goal of empowerment.


Power is how quickly energy is transferred. The more work put into the five domains over time,

the larger the wave and the feeling of empowerment will be.

Em(Power) = Work



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Student feels in control of their learning and better abled to tackle challenging tasks throughout their life.


Promote student to advocate for themselves at school and at home. Student develops a sense of autonomy.

Confidence + Independence

Growth mindset is further explored as well as emotional intelligence and flexible thinking to tackle areas of challenge.

Persistence + Resilience

Student is ready to learn. Incorporate research-based interventions and strategies to remediate lagging skills.

Knowledge + Skills

Determine motivation style. Discuss importance of learning skills not yet in student skill set. Implement concept of growth mindset into sessions. 


Determine student learning profile and identify student strengths and needs. Set psychoeducational goals. Create individualized plan.


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