Lindsay S. Harrington, Founder
Lindsay S. Harrington is a certified educational therapist and executive function coach through Peg Dawson’s year-long Interactive Coaching Seminar. Additionally, Lindsay is a trained coach through JST – Empowering Students through Coaching- and ICF accredited course.Lindsay has over fifteen years of experience teaching and working 1:1 with students at elite independent schools including Lincoln School (Providence, RI), The Gordon School (East Providence, RI), and Campbell Hall (Los Angeles). She holds a B.S. in Elementary Education from Boston University and educational therapy certification from University of California. Recently, Lindsay served as a consulting executive function coach at the Gordon School in East Providence, RI.
With high-profile clients, Lindsay is adept at managing highly sensitive information; she has established protocols to implement discretionary practices, and is known for her integrity. She is trained in several evidence-based programs including Orton-Gillingham and Singapore Math. Lindsay is an active member of the Association of Educational Therapists, International Coaching Federation and CHADD.
With three years of experience working on the admissions team at Campbell Hall in Los Angeles coupled with her own experience at independent schools in New England, Lindsay is proud to be able to offer virtual admissions coaching for independent school placement in New England and Los Angeles.
Academic & Executive Function Coach
With a Masters in Teaching from the University of Rochester, Susan has dedicated the past three decades to helping students identify areas for growth and leverage their strengths to build both executive functioning and academic skills.
Susan is equally passionate about coaching developing teachers as they explore new ways to engage student voice, structure learning experiences, and create authentic, informative assessment tools.
Susan’s work on rethinking homework is featured in Tony Wagner’s book Most Likely to Succeed: Preparing Our Kids for the Innovation Era. Her curriculum development focuses cross-curricular, problem-based, experiential learning opportunities that build executive functioning skills, support content mastery, encourage creativity, require critical thinking, and inspire curiosity.