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Ms. Kelly

Writing and Student Success Coach

Writing for learning and living. 

As someone deeply passionate about the art of writing, I understand the challenges young writers face in mastering this essential skill. 

 

Whether it's crafting essays, communicating digitally, or expressing themselves creatively, strong writing skills open doors to countless opportunities. As a writing instructor, my goal is not only to improve your child's writing proficiency but also to instill confidence and a love for expressing themselves through words. I nurture their growth as writers, empowering them to articulate their thoughts with clarity and grace. I am here to support you and your student every step of the way on this journey. Let's work together to unlock their full potential and help them thrive in the world of writing.

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Executive Functioning and Expressive Writing

Through personalized sessions, I work with students to develop essential skills such as goal setting, time management, task prioritization, and organization. By incorporating strategies grounded in cognitive psychology and behavioral techniques, I empower students to enhance their executive functioning abilities, enabling them to approach their academic workload with confidence and efficiency. 

Expressive writing holds profound therapeutic benefits for students navigating the complexities of high school and college life.  I work with students on writing for mental and physical health.  Students learn to harness the power of written expression to navigate and cope with the challenges they encounter. By facilitating a supportive and nurturing environment, I encourage students to explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences through writing, fostering self-reflection, insight, and resilience.

Students learn success skills that will positively impact their future careers and relationships.

“I don't think you have time to waste not writing because you are afraid you won't be good at it.”  ~Anne Lammott

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