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Morgan Peters
Educational Therapy

Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.

-Anthony J. D'Angelo


About Me

Hello, my name is Morgan Peters and am an Associate Educational Therapist that earned my Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Northeastern University, and continued my graduate studies at Loyola Marymount University, earning a Master's degree in Special Education. For the past several years, I have been a special education teacher for students in grades K-5, a homeschool teacher for the 2020-2021 school year, and worked with students as an Educational Therapist.


As an Educational Therapist, I work with students one-on-one and regularly read and interprets testing reports/IEPS, implements remedial learning plans, and communicates with parents and any therapists, educators and faculty that may be part of a student's support team. I have experience working with students with a wide range of mild to moderate and severe learning differences, including those with ADD/ADHD, ASD, auditory and visual processing issues, twice-exceptional, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia. I  specialize in implementing and customizing a wide variety of remedial programs for reading, writing and math. I enjoy teaching through movement and play and incorporate movement into my sessions. I also like to gear students learning through their interests and preferred activities to keep learning exciting and fun! Additionally, I provide Executive Functioning support to help students further develop their organization, time management and study skills.

I understand that no two learners are exactly the same and each student needs to be taught in a way that works for them. I create an individualized plan for each student, in order to meet their individual needs. I believe in teaching the WHOLE child and my goal is for every client to become independent, successful and enjoy learning.

Over the past couple years I have started a podcast called Happy House Families, providing helpful strategies for parents and caregivers. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, hanging with my dog, dance, soccer, taking hikes and relaxing at the beach.
How It Works

Educational Therapy

What is Educational Therapy?

Educational Therapy Options

Educational therapy is the clinical practice of utilizing specific methods, strategies, tools and approaches to help support academic success in students. These strategies are based upon the individual's specific learning profile, strengths and weaknesses.

*Association of Educational Therapists

Virtual and in-person available

Levels of Teaching



Middle School

Parent Support

Check out my podcast Happy House Families

and my other website for more information on parent support and social skills


What Happy
Families &
Other Professionals Say

Feel free to contact me with any questions! Consultations are free of charge
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