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Get to know the alphabet soup of advanced degrees.
|SLP-CCC||Speech Language Pathologist - Certificate of Clinical Competence|
A graduate level degree that allows a person to provide speech therapy services for a wide range of issues.
|M.A.T.||Masters of Arts in Teaching
A graduate level teaching degree that includes coursework in teaching practices and additional studies in a content area specialty, such as math or science.
|M.Ed.||Masters of Education
An advanced postgraduate degree that specializes in curriculum and instruction and/or school counseling.
|Ph.D.||Doctor of Philosophy
The highest degree earned in most fields of study, including school psychology - a combination of educational and clinical psychology. Neuropsychologists generally hold a Ph.D., as well as additional three years of post-doctoral training.
|Ed.D.||Doctor of Education
This degree prepares a person for an academic, administrative, clinical, or research position in the field of education.
|Psy.D.||Doctor of Psychology
This degree allows a person to practice clinical psychology, which focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness.
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Understanding the three basic causes of reading disabilities.
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The process for determining if a child's learning problems are caused by a learning disability.
March 30, 2020
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Last Updated September 19, 2019