What's the difference between educational therapy and tutoring?
Educational therapy is a path for the child who is turned off from school and has missed out from learning the essential tools to be able to learn. They don't believe in themselves and may be lacking foundation skills such as reading, comprehension, and vocabulary. Tutoring is for the student who has the necessary skills to succeed in school but is weak in a specific subject area, like math.
Why is there a cost difference between educational therapy and tutoring?
Educational therapy requires at least a Masters in Education and specific coursework in educational therapy. By definition educational therapy is tailored to every individual client and covers a wide breadth of skills and academic subjects. Tutoring requires specific content knowledge and the ability to teach it effectively to struggling students. Thus, each service commands a different cost.