One-on-One or Small Group Instruction

Student mindfulness, organizational skills, behavioral, and academic instruction are all available on-site or remotely. Collaborative family sessions and small-group instruction are available to support traditional classroom or homeschool assignments. Instructional formats will be tailored to meet student needs and learning styles.​

We start by determining how your child prefers to learn, taking into account which foundational skills they have mastered and which skills require revisiting. The ability to pay attention, to organize, and to recall new information, and ultimately to apply it across different subjects and projects are our goals.

IEP & 504 Consulting

Your child has their unique learning preferences and needs. We can collaboratively determine individualized accommodations or modifications to support your child in the traditional classroom or homeschool setting.

Reading, Writing, Behavioral, Organizational Skills Instruction

Decoding (sounding out letters and blending them into words), reading comprehension, writing, positive behavioral choices, and effective organizational skills are areas that can challenge students.  We work to strengthen these areas using research-based instructional methods and mindfulness techniques.

Interested in setting up tutoring or consulting? Please fill out the form below to start the process.

  • "Diana Psyras is a wonderful, compassionate, kind and generous teacher. She has been tutoring our son on the spectrum for over two years and has helped him greatly in progressing his understanding of written materials. I would greatly recommend her teaching style and her gentle way of interacting with children. We have joined her Mindfulness class with three of his schoolmates. It is especially helpful for us to find peace within and connection with others during the this uncertain pandemic distance learning time. The class also teaches us to develop gratitude toward the whole world." -Monica

Considerations for Teachers Providing Distance Learning to Students with Disabilities (from