Dr. Bonnie Cohen-Greenberg received her Doctorate in Educational Leadership in 2008, her Master’s degree in Special Education in 1979 with additional course work in assessment and the teaching of reading. She took additional coursework to become certified to work with children with orthopedic and health impairments from Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA in 1991.

Dr. Bonnie has taught students with learning disabilities in a variety of public and private settings since that time. She worked as an educational evaluator for the City of New York in 1979, where she assessed students to determine whether or not they had a learning disability. She is a member of the Association of Educational Therapists. Dr. Bonnie has been in this field, in many different capacities, for over 32 years. She is now joined by writing coaches, early intervention specialists, and tutors who specialize in all of the secondary level content areas. Everyone on staff has an extensive background in working with ADHD, LD, Gifted, and Alternative Learners.


Additional coursework for add-on certificate in working with children with Orthopedic and Health Impairments.

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.



Doctorate in Education

Walden University, Minneapolis, MN



Masters of Science in Special Education

Emphasis on learning disabilities with advanced courses in assessment, reading, and curriculum.

Long Island University, Long Island, NY



Bachelor of Arts with New College Honors in the Social Science

Majored in Social Science with emphasis in psychology.

Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY

Professional Experiences

1995 – Present

Director and Tutor

BCG Learning Specialists

1995 – 1996

Teacher of self contained classroom for students with Learning Disabilities

Simpson Middle School, Cobb County


1995 – 1996

Teacher of students who were medically fragile in hospital/homebound program

Cobb County Public Schools


1995 – 1996

Teacher of self contained class of students with orthopedic impairments

Simpson Middle School, Cobb County


1992 – 1994

Itinerant teacher of students with orthopedic impairments

Atlanta Public Schools


1990 – 1992

Teacher of the self contained class for students with orthopedic impairments

E.L. Connelly Elementary School, Atlanta Public Schools


1979 – 1982

Developer of a resource program for students with learning disabilities

New York Public School System



Educational Evaluator

New York City Public Schools


1978 – 1993

Sunday School teacher

Speaker at Conferences


NLD – A Family Affair-Nonverbal learning disabilities association 10th annual symposium a decade in progress

San Francisco, CA


Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NLD) Lorman educational seminar

Atlanta, GA


Understanding Individuals With Asperger Syndrome Or High Functioning Autism Lorman educational seminar

​Atlanta, GA



NLD – A Family Affair-International Learning Disabilities Association

​Reno, NV



NLD – A Family Affair- Learning Disabilities Association of Georgia

​Atlanta, GA



Nonverbal Learning Disabilities-A Family Affair presented at 10th Annual Nonverbal learning disabilities symposium, A Decade of Progress in NLD

​San Francisco, CA



Nonverbal Learning Disabilities-A Family Affair Teleconference: Lorman educational seminar

Atlanta, Georgia



Suzi Marsh, LCSW and host of WSB Radio’s “CHOOSING LIFE: Addictions, Mental Health & Recovery” Sundays 7am on B98.5 Fm aired 9-3-06


Asperger’s Syndrome: Demystified From The Inside Out Lorman educational seminar

​Atlanta, GA



Cues and Clues

Understanding Non-Verbal Learning Disorders Greenfield Hebrew Academy

Atlanta, Georgia

Connecting With Kids and Great by Eight. Television shows on topics ranging from the Orton-Gillingham technique, Neurological changes as a result of early remediation, the effect caused by assigning excessive homework loads to kindergarteners and first graders in our schools today, children who have become disengaged from school, Held Back Stigma and Effort Trumps IQ.

Professional Affiliations & Commitments

Association of Educational Therapists

The Learning Disabilities Association

The International Dyslexia Association

Board member of GA. Branch

Children with Attention Deficit Disorder

Council for exceptional Children

Designation -Professionally Recognized Special

Council for exceptional children

Atlanta delegate to national conference

Orton-Gillingham Academy


References available upon request.