Stevie Reilly, M.Ed, ET
Director & Reading Therapist
Stevie is a certified K-12 Reading Specialist and K-6 Elementary school teacher. She graduated with her Master's degree in Reading Education from Vanderbilt's Peabody College and served as a tutor at the Vanderbilt Reading Clinic. She's taught various elementary grades, gifted education courses, and reading intervention classes. Stevie provided professional development to teachers as an early Literacy Coach and is also trained in Reading Recovery and the Orton Gillingham approach.
Stevie is also an Educational Therapist certified by AET.
Sarah Sullivano, BS, MA
Tutor & Early Childhood Specialist
Sarah graduated from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts with a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education. She has her Masters degree in Early Intervention for At-Risk Children from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. Sarah has been an educator for more than 20 years, and her experience ranges from preschool to most elementary grades. Sarah has background in Orton Gillingham and the Science of Reading, as well as guided reading, and believes reading and writing go hand in hand.
Sean Reilly, MSSW, LCSW
Sean is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Georgia specializing in trauma and EMDR and Brainspotting therapy. He graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in Clinical Neuroscience and obtained his Master's degree at the University of Texas in Clinical Social Work. He has been active in the industry since 2011 serving the needs of teens and adults.
Sean provides counseling services for adolescents struggling with academic pressure, social anxiety, self esteem & coaching strategies for parents.
Have trouble with reading, writing, or spelling?
Often confuse letters?
Lack confidence when reading or writing?
Struggle with staying on grade level?
We can help!
Our prescriptive approach is different from other tutors or tutoring centers. Following an assessment, we will use your child's strengths and interests in order to accomplish a love for reading and writing.
We specialize in dyslexia, specific language disabilities, auditory processing disorder, written language disorder, and reading disorders.