SEATTLE HW CLUB
Adviser: Kathryn Korch M.Ed., LMHCA, NCC
Our Seattle office
5502 34th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105
When: Mondays, 5-7 pm — starting Sept 24, 2018!
Cost: $80 per session
Please sign up at least two hours in advance.
KIRKLAND HW CLUB
Adviser: Mēgan Reimann, Special Education MA.Ed., NBCT
Our Kirkland office
505 Market Street, Suite B Kirkland, WA 98033
More info coming soon.
Please note: at this time, you must be an existing Hallowell Todaro client to attend homework club.
About HOMEWORK CLUB
These weekly, two-hour sessions are a fantastic way for high schoolers to get a head-start on their schoolwork for the week. Sessions are small, allowing students to get plenty of one-on-one learning time with the homework club advisers. In addition to helping with short-term assignments and long-term school projects, students will learn time management strategies, how to "chunk" big assignments into smaller assignments, and other transferrable study skills.
Homework club is great for students who need helping staying "caught up" on their day-to-day schoolwork. It's also a good way for students with long-term assignments to plan out their work and stay on track (rather than leaving it all to the last minute!).
Kathryn has a Masters in Education from Seattle University and BA in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Washington. She has experience working as a chemical dependency professional, supervisor and certified GAIN administrator and trainer. She has years of experience working with children, youth and adults in various treatment settings. She has also worked in schools as a Prevention/Intervention Specialist.
Currently Kathryn works as a school counselor and as a Coach/Therapist at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center. Her approach working with clients is one of finding each person’s strengths and using those strengths to help her clients be successful. Kathryn is currently being supervised by Jovana Radovic, LMFT. Kathryn also has the gift of ADHD and has been using her gifts to achieve her potential.
Mēgan received her undergraduate degree from Western Washington University with a dual certification in General Education K-8 and Special Education K-12. She earned her Master's degree in 2002 in the area of Special Education K-12 Mild to Moderate at Cal State Hayward. She also earned her National Board Certification in 2008 in the area of Special Education Mild to Moderate Learning Disabilities. Mēgan has over 22 years of experience in education and working with students, parents, educators and related educational agencies.
At the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center, Mēgan has spent time working as an academic coach and tutor, and an educational consultant to both teachers and parents. Her passion is to work with students with ADHD and other learning differences.