The Barbara Cull Educational Therapy Program is an intervention to develop alternative strategies for addressing learning problems for those who are unable to learn by traditional methods. The program is designed for children with learning disabilities and problems associated with dyslexia, non-verbal learning disorders, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), language processing, anxiety disorders, and reading and writing challenges. A qualified educational therapist assesses each student’s barriers to learning and then develops an individual learning plan to identify ways to best address learning problems and challenges. Educational therapy identifies and works on the root causes of learning difficulties and should not be mistaken for tutoring. Educational therapy services may include remediation of learning disabilities and strategies for effective learning.