Bringing an in-depth understanding of educational, health, human services, & legal systems to a collaborative approach for creating a practical plan to facilitate positive outcomes for her clients & their families, as an:

Independent College Counselor: offering personalized college counseling services for students (& / or their parents) on post-secondary transition plans, including college planning in senior high school, graduating senior high school early, career exploration / job analysis / career technical education (CTE) / vocational education (Voc Ed), the college / university / graduate / professional admissions process, community college transfers to four-year universities, testing  (SAT / ACT / GRE / LSAT / MCAT / GMAT,  etc.), self-advocacy for college / university disability services, counseling international / English as a Second Language (ESL) students on their university options, etc.

Educational Advocate: representing families at Individualized Education Program / Plan  (IEP) / 504 meetings  to obtain special education services for their children with special needs; advising parents of children who are highly gifted or twice-exceptional (“2e“), including Asperger’s / Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) / learning disabilities (LD) / AD / HD, on options for services & placement that will help optimize their potentials.

Educational Consultant: offering analytic services as a researcher, lecturer, developer of educational programspublic policy evaluator, expert witnesslegal analyst, etc., across a wide array of educational topics.

Member, Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA)

Member, National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)

Member, Western Association for College Admission Counseling (WACAC)

tel: (+ 1) 310 314 2113

email: loren@lorenrgrossman.com

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