Elizabeth Lutsky, a Chicago native, received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and went on to earn her Masters degree in learning disabilities from Northwestern University. Since 2002, Elizabeth has worked in private practice as an educational therapist helping children with language-based learning disabilities develop the skills and strategies needed to overcome their learning challenges. Elizabeth is currently serving as immediate past president on the executive board of the Los Angeles Branch of the International Dyslexia Association.
Throughout her career, Elizabeth has worked in various educational settings as a special education teacher, learning specialist, and reading coach. Elizabeth enjoys helping her clients understand their strengths and challenges as they strive to become confident, independent, life-long learners. Every child is capable of learning; it is our job to teach them how.