Eva Sandler, MS. Ed, ET/P, PCC
Eva holds a Professional certification as an Educational Therapist (ET/P) and is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC). Her approach is strengths-based and borrows from the tools of Positive Psychology to help neurodiverse individuals discover their unique gifts and bring those superpowers into a complex world.
As an English Language Arts specialist, she is dedicated to promoting literacy and free expression for all. She is certified in the teaching of English Language Arts and holds an M.S. Ed. in English Language Arts and Museum Education from Bank Street College of Education. As of January 2022, she will be working towards a graduate certificate in Expressive Therapies to support the natural creative talents of neurodivergent individuals, and to harness the power of creativity for essential psychological, social and cognitive processes. With a background in the arts, she brings a particular passion for creative, multimodal learning and informal learning environments. An advocate of out-of-school learning, she has partnered with several organizations and institutions to design & evaluate programming in STEM, the arts, media, history and literacy. As Associate Director at READ 718, a literacy nonprofit based in Brooklyn, she worked closely with the Founder & Executive Director to design an evidence-based literacy after-school program for NYC students in grades 3-8 who are reading below grade level.