Kapp Educational Therapy Group

Educational Therapy is the combination of therapeutic and educational strategies for the benefit of

Rachel is an educational therapist serving students in the Los Angeles area. She believes that all students can be successful when they learn in a way that works for them. She demystifies student's learning profiles and helps them build skills, talents and strategies that allow them to be independent and autonomous learners.

Operating as usual

04/12/2024

TOMORROW!!

Steph and I will be part of a FREE College Transition Summit for Students with Learning Disabilities & ADHD, hosted by and ChildNEXUS ! Register to gain access to some amazing presentations, Q & A sessions, and tools!

7:00 AM PDT/10 AM EDT
SATURDAY, APRIL 13

LINK TO REGISTER:
https://partiful.com/e/qjr1acPCojC1K4qOhKO1

04/10/2024

This Saturday, Steph and I will be part of a FREE College Transition Summit for Students with Learning Disabilities & ADHD, hosted by and ChildNEXUS ! Register to gain access to some amazing presentations, Q & A sessions, and tools!

7:00 AM PDT/10 AM EDT
SATURDAY, APRIL 13

LINK TO REGISTER:
https://partiful.com/e/qjr1acPCojC1K4qOhKO1

04/09/2024

This week, we complete our 3-part series where we answer a final round of Frequently Asked Questions. We respond to frequently asked school-related questions including why things seem harder for their learner than it used to be (focus, challenging school communication, realistic expectations) and those big educational therapy questions like “When can we scale back from sessions?”

04/02/2024

This week, we continue our 3-part series where we answer a new round of Frequently Asked Questions. In episode 304, which aired last week, we tackled Digital Age Questions. Today we dig into frequently asked parenting questions like balancing being involved and allowing autonomy, motivation, consequences, and micromanaging. Be sure to tune in next week where we'll attack frequently asked school related questions.

03/26/2024

This week, we begin a 3-part series where we answer a new round of Frequently Asked Questions. In this episode, we tackle Digital Age Questions regarding screen time, productive use of technology, and parent technological savvy (or lack thereof).

Join us the next two weeks where we tackle frequently asked parenting questions and frequently asked school related questions.

03/19/2024

This week, we answer this frequently asked parenting question: “What can I do to support my learner in between sessions?” We share the 3 questions parents should be asking their learners and how to implement this new daily strategy with their learners.

03/12/2024

This week, we explore why writing meltdowns occur with learners. We chat about what makes writing difficult to begin with, what can make writing harder and how to understand the learners who struggle with writing.

02/27/2024

Smarties! We're celebrating a huge milestone today: 300 EPISODES!

We welcome fellow educational therapist and our Director of Operations, Katrina Gonzalez, to celebrate with us. In this episode, Katrina interviews us about our experiences with the podcast and on the podcast. We share behind the scenes stories, favorite episodes, what we love and think about each other, how things have shifted since we started the podcast and what we’re most proud of with the podcast. Join the celebration!

02/20/2024

In this week's episode, we discuss clinical notes. We share why notes are important, what they need to do for you as a clinician, and what should actually be documented. Check it out!

02/13/2024

This week, we display our partnership in helping Rachel figure out how to best manage the family calendar moving forward. As the complexity increases and Rachel’s family life gets busier, she realizes that she needs more explicit rules about calendar management and Stephanie and Rachel work through the benefits of making a change, the concerns Rachel has about making a change and Rachel’s action plan moving forward.

02/06/2024

This week, we revisit our earlier discussions regarding time blindness. We discuss what it is and why it matters. We also chat about some benefits of time blindness and how one’s sense of time can be improved.

01/30/2024

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET discuss why some learners haven’t started thriving yet and how we should be thinking about these learners, their motivations, and their challenges. They also dig into some ideas of what to do about it!

01/23/2024

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET round out their 3 episode arc on how parenting and educational therapy intersect. Two weeks ago they discussed why it’s important for parents to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Last week they chatted about the whys and hows of displaying failure, and today they dig into how praise and feedback should be specific.

01/16/2024

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET discuss the importance of failing forward. Last week, they chatted about getting comfortable with being uncomfortable. Today they dig into why you want to show your learner or your partner failure and how to model it effectively in your home.

01/09/2024

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET, discuss the way parenting and educational therapy intersect. For the next 3 episodes, they are chatting about some of the more uncomfortable parts of parenting and how it impacts the work that they do as educational therapists. In this episode they discuss why it is important to learn to be okay with learners failing forward.

01/02/2024

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET discuss the importance of business workflows today. They discuss how having workflows specifically allowed them to free up time in their businesses, allowed them to teach other people how to do things, and created simplicity for their team and clients.

12/19/2023

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET discuss how inferencing supports reading comprehension. They go into detail about inference, why it’s important, and how to guide readers to thinking, understanding and using inferencing to support reading comprehension.

Photos from Kapp Educational Therapy Group's post 12/14/2023

Executive Functioning Skills talk! Had such a fabulous time with over 50 parents from the on Tuesday morning. I presented on all things Executive Functioning skills. Let me know if you have an organization that would you would love to have hear this talk! It’s always a blast!

Feel validated--everyone has the same struggles with their kids and spouses. Executive Functioning skills challenges are universal.

(The 2024 dream is to do this talk for other businesses and companies. ✨)

12/12/2023

In this re-air of episode 175, Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET continue the conversation from last week and discuss what they do about learners who lie, avoid reality and avoid the truth. They share some tips and tricks they’ve learned along the way that have dramatically helped the learners in their practices.

12/05/2023

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET re-air an important episode about the many reasons why learners lie. Be sure to listen next week when they talk about what to do about learners who lie.

11/28/2023

Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET welcome Rachel’s adult client Nicholas to the podcast. He talks about his processing issue, professional journey, struggles with task initiation, and how to know when things are done. He talks about how educational therapy has simplified his ability to manage his time and himself digitally and how it has given him actionable steps to know what to do when.

11/21/2023

We are frequently asked by parents, “Do I need an educational therapist or a tutor?” Today, we answer this question in depth, digging into the nuances of both, the differences, and if it’s more appropriate to hire a tutor. We also discuss what an appropriate educational therapist and tutoring partnership looks like.

11/14/2023

This week, we share how educational therapists can responsibly and ethically use AI to their advantage. We talk about our initial reaction to AI as well as some ideas of how to use AI to support the work that we're doing with our educational therapy clients.

11/07/2023

This week, we re-share the idea of Minimum Viable Product when it comes to writing and project management. We chat about keeping the ultimate goal in mind and scaffolding achievement in that way. We also further explore the idea of productive struggle and how that is an important component of making progress.

10/31/2023

In this week's episode, we reminisce about our origin story, why we were attracted to educational therapy and how our friendship influenced our life trajectories. We share why it’s important to remember your “why” and what we'd tell ourselves if we could go back in time.

10/24/2023

This week, we're digging into the expectations that parents and educators have surrounding executive functioning skills. We talk about how comparison impacts adult expectations, the importance of independence incrementally, how masking works and the importance of recalibrating expectations. Let us know what you think!

10/17/2023

Listen in to this week's episode of Learn Smarter, where we discuss new language around calendaring and how it can magnify the impact of calendaring on the life of learners.

10/10/2023

In this week's episode, we discuss the different executive functioning needs of college learners. We share what college students need to consider as well as our Calendaring for College Learners checklist.

10/03/2023

This week, we are back to share some behind-the-scenes news about how the podcast is produced! We also share some personal news, an update about YouTube and the exciting news that Learn Smarter Pro is back. Check it out and apply today!

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Skills. Strategies. Success.

Rachel believes that every student can be taught how to learn in a way that works for them. With the right "tool box," every student can learn to advocate for themselves and take responsibility for their learning. Her goal for every client is for them to become a successful, independent and autonomous learner. Rachel loves working with students of varying learning profiles including executive functioning support, ADHD, reading and writing remediation, dyscalculia, and processing disorders. Her approach is fun, interactive and engaging and focused on the individualized needs of each student.

Videos (show all)

This week, we complete our 3-part series where we answer a final round of Frequently Asked Questions. We respond to freq...
This week, we continue our 3-part series where we answer a new round of Frequently Asked Questions. In episode 304, whic...
This week, we begin a 3-part series where we answer a new round of Frequently Asked Questions. In this episode, we tackl...
This week,  we answer this frequently asked parenting question: “What can I do to support my learner in between sessions...
This week, we explore why writing meltdowns occur with learners. We chat about what makes writing difficult to begin wit...
Smarties! We're celebrating a huge milestone today: 300 EPISODES!We welcome fellow educational therapist and our Directo...
In this week's episode, we discuss clinical notes. We share why notes are important, what they need to do for you as a c...
This week, we display our partnership in helping Rachel figure out how to best manage the family calendar moving forward...
This week, we revisit our earlier discussions regarding time blindness. We discuss what it is and why it matters. We als...
Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET discuss why some learners haven’t started thriving yet and ho...
Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET round out their 3 episode arc on how parenting and educationa...
Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET discuss the importance of failing forward. Last week, they ch...

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9889 S. Santa Monica Boulevard , Suite 207
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Tuesday 10am - 10pm
Wednesday 10am - 10pm
Thursday 10am - 10pm
Sunday 10am - 10pm
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