IS The first Specialized Online Coaching Curriculum.  I’ve spent the last 20 years perfecting an alternative, holistic approach to correcting learning differences, including, but not limited to, Dyslexia and Neurodevelopmental differences. I coach teachers, specialist, parents, reading tutors, carers, etc. on neruodifference learning uniquenesses, characteristics, gifts, traits, and behaviors.


MY ELBERT is unlike any other program you have tried before.  That’s because I am not your typical educator.  This is an alternative education model that Now it’s your turn to enjoy measurable results…


  • Provides the science-based solution to reach the core of diverse cerebral learning based on individual assessments, that eliminates failure once they are equipped at this level.
  • Develops connection, trust, and love by instilling curiosity, autonomy, and attunement in our students.
  • Activate healthy brain circuits for calming and self-directed neuroplasticity under times of stress, such as reading, writing, and speaking.
  • A sure-fire way to conquer phonics and alternative approaches to comprehensive reading and literacy for developing identity and spiritual authenticity.
  • Increase their focus and attention as well as processing speed and memory; then, increase their Body & Breath Work.
  • You’ll benefit from enrichment tools you can use to help with at-home learning and classroom management.
  • Plus, equanimity= mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation; Likely, creating a peaceful environment, non-bias community, and a better society using neuropedalogical aspects and acceptance.



In my experience, everyone Who Excels In Learning Has Developed A Unique Sense Of Trust In Themselves, Their Gifts, & How They Process Information.


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Why My Elbert

According to Erik Erikson,  during the first years of school, every child must resolve the  conflicts between a positive self-image and feelings of inferiority. If  children succeed in school, they will develop positive feelings about  themselves and believe that they can succeed in life [Retrieved from].


Likewise, this study aims to investigate the emotional perspective of having  Dyslexia, a specific learning difficulty that not only affects literacy  but many aspects of an individual’s life, from childhood into adulthood [Retrieved from Harm_and_Suicidal_ThoughtsAttempts_as_a_Coping_Strategy].


Who can use My ELBERT?  I deploy a holistic, alternative approach to student (children-adults) learning and include the cooperative efforts of those who don’t have specialized training in the learning uniquenesses, such as…

  • Teachers
  • Specialists
  • Families
  • Carers
  • Social Services

& Again, Access To My

Vast Network of Resources


Learn More HERE



My ELBERT IS A  (7)  Seven Neuropedalogical   PART PROGRAM


  • My ELBERT Evaluations


Spiritual Development &




  • My ELBERT Interventions & Trainings



Explicit includes



= faster movement

through the tiers &

hopefully no more tears!!


What is neuropedagogy? Neuropedagogy as a scientific  discipline: interdisciplinary description of the theoretical basis for  the development of an educational research field of the mind, brain, and  body; Basically, it is when science and education meet, and whose scientific aims are to learn how to stimulate new zones of the brain and  create connections. It also merges neuroscience, education, and  psychology including (w)holism. Using Neuropedagogy, I present on the “why” behind the neurodifference!




2 – ESNP’s Unique Neuropedagogy Synthesis Retreived from Sara Naegele, MSEd and Dechantal Montano. “The Fundamentals of Neuropedagogy.” Brain Blogger The Fundamentals of Neuropedagogy Comments,

Complete My Elbert Program

DOES IT include My ELBERT The Learning Uniquenesses Checklist: The Ultimate SEL Checklist …YES


DOES IT include My ELBERT The Gifts & Strengths Checklist: The Ultimate Learning Style Checklist …YES


DOES IT include My ELBERT The Learning Differences Screening: The Ultimate Screening for Neurodifference …YES


DOES IT include Complete My ELBERT Evaluation…YES


DOES IT include My ELBERT Interventions & Enrichment…YES


DOES IT  include My ELBERT  Holistic Alternatives for Learning…YES


DOES IT  include resources for student and their parents…YES



I’m offering courses and professional  development opportunities…that’s right, with consulting opportunities  I’m interested in guiding global governments to embrace a neuropedagogy  such as mine. -Tricia Cook

What services do you offer with your Coaching & Consulting?


We train and coach families, educators in schools, museums, organizations, independent contractors, tutors, and other teaching staff and institutions of higher education personnel, to use student-centered facilitation methods to create a visually-empowering team inclusive of neuropedalogical discussions, reflective activities, goal and intention setting, self-awareness and directed neuroplasticity.

Also, by our intensive professional development programs, we provide individuals with the tools to become skilled facilitators of complex conversations, fostering strategic relationships, flexible thinking skills, and the conceptualization and implementation of collaborative initiatives.

Our accessible online curricula supports of critical thinking, visual literacy (arts), communication (reading, writing, & speaking), and collaboration skills including but not limited to: curriculum planning, literacy intervention, visual-arts instruction, classroom management, character development, and community outreach programs.


High-Quality Professional Development- TA Trainings & IN-SERVICE Trainings (Supporting Unfinished Learning Supports) which includes the following:


– IN-SERVICE & Parent Trainings

1.5-2 Hour Trainings, 25-50 Adults

45 Min. Trainings, 24 or less Adults


-TA Trainings

Min. 1 hour- Max. 3 hours a week, 2-5 Adults

(Readiness, Transitions, Health & Wellness, SEL, Dyslexia & Other Learning & Behavioral Challenges, Practice, Implementation & Interpreting Formative, Diagnostic, Interim Assessments inclusive of K-3 screeners along with additional components, MSLE Supplemental Materials of Implementation, Setting Up Environment, Student Observations, etc.).


-Individual (Coaches/RSP, Consultants, RTI Specialist, & DSI, Team Parents, Carers, Neurodiverse Learner, Tutors & Anyone Who Carers About Neurodifferences)


My subscriptions are everything you need know about helping those with any neurodifference to enjoy learning again (see below)! Again, a maximum of 2 times per week recommended, on a flex-schedule at your convenience, includes two mandatory classes. Note: Students do not need to get an Elbert evaluation first and anyone with you can attend; also you might ask others joining as a group (10% off)!


*aligned with State Course of Study & Needs Assessments, prices subject to change according to participants, prices subject to change yearly, doesn’t include travel reimbursement, online  platform such as, individuals such as coaches, tutors get 1/2 price, ask me about consulting (also 1/2 off and 10% when sold)



Subscriptions To My Elbert


Schools & Organizations


-Starter Level (3 months)

3 hours initial training on My Elbert quick screen and PA Awareness Is Fun (press), plus additional Coaching/ TA training (recommended for approx. 5-10 eligible students, needs to be ages 4-6). (preferred- Can be less than 5)

Intermediate Level (6 months)

5 hours initial training on My Elbert Evaluation Level I and Choose Two Intervention (press), plus additional Coaching/ TA training (recommended for approx. 5-15 eligible students, level 1 Elbert Evaluation). (preferred- Can be less 5)

Mastery Level (9 months)

10 hours initial training on My  Elbert Evaluation Level I and Choose Three Interventions (Press) , plus additional Coaching/ TA training (recommended for approx. 16-30 eligible students, level 1 Elbert Evaluation). (preferred-  Can be less 16)

Complete Elbert (12 months)

15 hours initial training Complete My Elbert Evaluation and Choose Four Interventions (below), plus additional Coaching/ TA training (recommended for approx. 31 plus eligible students, Complete Elbert evaluation). (preferred-  Can be less than 31)


Individuals: Teachers/Tutors, Parents, Specialist, any Stakeholder


Intermediate Level (5 classes) 5 hours initial training on My Elbert Evaluation Level I, II, or III and Choose Two Intervention (see links above)


Mastery Level (7 classes)

10 hours initial training on My Elbert Evaluation All Levels and Choose 3 Interventions, 2 Enrichment classes (see links above)


Complete Elbert (12 classes)

15 hours initial training Complete My Elbert Evaluation All Levels and Choose 5 Interventions, 2 Enrichment classes plus to Adult Enrichment Classes (see links above)


Tutors  Pick Subscription  70/30;  Coaches Pick Subscription  30/70;  Consultants   Get 10% each time sold (2 mandatory classes).  *ask  about case studies, also deal if become more than one above



*prices subject, not including travel reimbursement, online platform such as





Professional Review Press HERE and HERE & Testimonials HERE

Vishwas Asolkar studies from Jean-Émile Charon, who was a French nuclear physicist, philosopher, and writer, confirms Cook’s Theory (see above). Asolkar writes, “Mrs. Cook, I am still studying your wonderful series of lessons on innovative publication on Neurometric education applications… ahead …there’s got to be dappling effect applied to the theories and principles of mechanics of the universe…”. “I’m happy to note that, you do have fair knowledge of Science of Mechanics and application to Spiritual Game Theory.” [Referring to Lionel E. Flotte’s Work] Asolkar also states, “Indicators given by a great engineer & author … Arguments very much are True & applicable to our journey.”

Cook has developed a wonderful neuropedagogy. She is attempting to add (w)holism including epigenetics and self- directed neuroplasticity into a great field of education. From her own life experience and research, she has taken on the task to help the sufferers and those, who feel weak and weary to their circumstances and situations. Asolkar also writes, “she had applied her techniques, by developing her amazing technical growth and higher spiritual dynamics.” Likewise, he wrote. “I felt thrilled and proud to go through your works. The world requires dynamic personalities like you for creating great goodness to heal the world.”


#learning #mindfulness #wellness #psychology #experience #emotions #people #neurodiversity  #neuropedagogygroup #neuropedagogynetwork  @neuropedagogynetwork 


The Observer

You need to observe the student’s sensory acute  response to stress and interview teachers, the child, and parents, and  instructional support to informally observe input/output of motor,  verbal, and written behaviors in response to a literacy activity such as  a phonics inventory, word- sound knowledge, phonological awareness  exercises, and working memory activities along with the student’s interest survey and overall behaviors based on executive, somatic, and  autonomic functioning.


You might need to contact me for help if you or your child/student can’t be reached and seems disconnected; Also, when it comes to learning, they show some or all of the following emotions and challenges: anger, frustration, shame, and sadness; has chronic headaches, stomach aches, hives; appears to have low-self esteem; squints when reading; feels behind or “different” than the other kids; has behavioral and learning challenges; emotionally intense or desensitized; complains; thrives for constant attention; labeled emotionally intense, gifted and talented or twice- exceptional; has trouble focusing or paying attention; destroys their pencil, eraser, and crumples up their paper after working very hard; problems with organization or being on time; poor eye-contact, body-space awareness; sleep and/or digestive problems; has problems spelling or with handwriting; complete interest-based learner; grips pencil very hard; has glasses but still complains about not seeing the letters or words, ultra-sensitive, problems with authority; doodles on paper or anything else; problems understanding verbal directions; picks and scratches at their skin and nails; can be needy, clingy, and “whinny”; known to “complain” a lot; described as dramatic, creative and very imaginative by others; been or going to be held back in school; has trouble connecting to others; tired all the time; great with verbal comprehension and large lexicon, shows anxiety, anxiousness, or depression; overactive-reads, writes, moves, and thinks extremely fast or slow; sensory- processing or working memory problems or issues; constantly moving hands/feet or fidgeting; overly kind or pleasing others; considerably ‘moody’; known for “daydreaming” or lacking focus; aggressive and violent; gets low grades: yet, highly intelligent; can comprehend well but has trouble with spelling/reading fluency; averse to learning or trying something new (resilience) as well as low in motivation!


In My ELBERT evaluation, I help you uncover their learning uniquenesses and give suggestions, so you can work with their strengths and gifts (there are 3 to choose from). In My ELBERT intervention, I give you steps of learning intervention and enrichment along with the scope and sequence (there are 11 to choose from). My Complete My ELBERT program also includes the important help for the triune brain which includes the following: Brainstem- I have a fight, flight and freeze sympathetic/parasympathetic which is called  My ELBERT The Learning Uniquenesses Checklist: The Ultimate SEL Checklist; Midbrain- a screening for vestibular, proprioceptive, somatic issues, along with speech/language development, auditory and visual processing; Limbic- My lesson plan template that includes the 4 F’s: Facts, Forms/Functions, Feelings & Future along with a progress monitoring tool; Cordial- holistic, alternative suggestions for taking care of the whole child’s individual, dynamic needs. Lastly, my program, My ELBERT, includes a self-guided literacy intervention program because literacy (speaking, writing, reading, etc) heals the soul. I offer online training,  specialized intervention, and other coaching through a course on understanding Dyslexia and consulting (first one Free)!!

3 – Who is Tricia Cook?

After over twenty years of being in education, I provide tutoring, consulting, and coaching on dyslexia and other neurodevelopmental differences. I am an emotional intensity advocate and literacy specialist as well as dyslexia interventionist. Over the last 15 years, I’ve observed an increasing amount of behavioral, sensorial, cognitive, physical, mental, and spiritual difficulties and differences along with an increased number of children being medicated and/or misdiagnosed; Therefore, I developed a revolutionary program that includes an evaluation that “looks at the whole person.” I work with all stakeholders on constructive engagement when learning based on my student “whole person” observation(s) inspired by Maria Montessori, Benjamin Bloom, Lewis Goddard, Peter Levine, Conrad E. and Cohen B., Dr. J. Puleo & Dr. L. Horowitz, Howard Garner,  Dr. Bradley Nelsen, Hans Berger, Jean Paiget, Grolnick, W. & Kurowski, C. and Erik Erickson. I have also developed a revolutionary training/intervention program for people with unique learning differences. This program is based on my own inductive reasoning and a detective sense, contributed to my own gift of dyslexia, countless hours of student observations, educational research and studies along with my perpetual care for children.  Also, I’m  neurodifferent myself with deficit in language and early  development in  visual-spacial, so made this alternative program/message  based off  research of patterns (mostly empirical with my life and  loved ones) along academic and neuroscientific research and visual  symbols. Of  course, I had lots of prayer and had guidance from  questions!!!


My motivation is to inform families, who consider themselves weak or weary with challenges of nerurodiversity and learning  uniquenesses, by implementing and working with teachers, specialist,  and families through social media, courses/speaking engagements, book  sales, coaching/consulting, and outreach all with my internationally  recognized My ELBERT! As well as, I would like to share I little about myself and how I can help you by consulting and/or training! I have dyslexia myself and struggled with anger/shame due to LD (view My Story Of Dyslexia: HERE);  I’ve been a Dyslexia Interventionist since 2015; I have been tutoring  since 2001; I have been working with students of all ages (literally 18  months-81 years old), It has been my desire to work with the  neurodiverse also since 2001 and I have heavily studied learning  differences since around 2004; studied human development and education-  even developed a neuropedagogy based on educational, neuroscience research and psychology; I’ve earned several certifications to help tutor and teach  those with learning differences such as the following: State-Certified  Reading Specialist (P-12); M. Ed., Degree in Secondary Education; Orton-  Gillingham AGOPE AA Tutor Certified; Highly Qualified Status in Reading  and Early Childhood Education; AMS Montessori Toddler Certified;  Accredited Status 10 Program- 210 Credit Hours of Speech, Language  Pathology & Bachelors; State-Teacher Certified in Early Childhood  Education (P-3).


3 Goals


1) As  you know, schools, organizations, and families are desperately looking  for an effective, alternative type of affordable, multi-sensory,  handshakes-on, and interesting instruction and evaluation for learning  differences; especially, families here in Alabama with our low literacy  rates in varying low-high socioeconomic backgrounds.   As you also may know, literacy (writing, reading, and speaking) is key in stopping disparagement and growing their identity holistically through the spirit, soul and body.  2) With  my new program, I am searching to tell my story/testimony of dyslexia along with offering coaching, training and consulting to inform schools, organizations, and their families about neurodifferences and diversity and revolutionary teaching.  3)  I’m also interested in connecting with professionals all over the world with common interests related to  alternative and holistic education such as: diversity and inclusion (DEI), neuro-systematic and explicit instruction,  neurodiversity awareness, epigenetics, neuropedagogy, self-directed  neuroplasticity, literacy tutoring, learning differences and uniquinesses, spiritual mindset and positive learning environments. NOTE: What I’m presenting to you  guys with an ‘alternative perspective’ not a typical one, because I’ve  definitely have a divergent mind not atypical one personally. I’m not  your traditional academia type educator (even though my extensive resume  says otherwise- see HERE)  in the least due to my experiences with growing up neurodifference. So  please do not hesitate to contact me. I’m now coming to a school near you!!  I’m online but willing to travel.




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Published by Tricia Cook, MEd., Online Dyslexia and Behavioral Interventionist, RSP, AA O-G Tutor & Montessorian

Dyslexia Screenings & Emotional Intensive Intervention - Staff Training - Online Courses- Consultancy- Tutoring-Reliance and Family Coaching I have a unique approach in helping individuals achieve their full potential. With over two and a half decades of experience, I have a passion for learning new techniques and being at the forefront of groundbreaking advancements in education. As a graduate of the renowned Auburn University, I have earned both her BA in ECE and Masters Degree in Secondary with Reading Specialist certification from the University of Alabama. I have experience at the Montessori School in Birmingham which has provided me with valuable insights into the best practices of teaching young minds. I have also developed training programs for teachers, providing essential support to students with neurodiverse needs such as dyslexia, ADHD, and autism spectrum. I have focus on developing a "whole child" pedagogy that caters to all modes of learning, I continually work with Dr. Joseph Nwoye on teaching and learning including DEI. I have helped develop programs and training with SDIG ( in promoting the intersectionality of the complexities and complicated issues of diversity. I have credentials as a reading specialist with a speech pathology background expanded greatly while owning Cook's Independent Tutoring, Coaching, Consulting, LLC. I currently pursuing a Neurodiversity Family Coaching certification in the framework of the CReW Coaching Institute. Again, I have a commitment to being at the forefront of groundbreaking advancements in education. As an enthusiastic learner and educator, I am confident that I have the necessary skills to support others in achieving their goals ( For more information, contact Tricia Cook, Cook's Independent, Tutoring, Coaching and Consulting, LLC. (;

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