Terren Tate is a graduate of the University of Akron and a certified early childhood educator who specializes in working with families and children from various cultural backgrounds. (including refugees from Guatemala, Columbia and Somalia). Terren also specializes in working with families and children living with speech and other developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Terren began her career as a preschool teacher in Euclid Ohio and received a teaching LICENSE IN Early Childhood Education in 2011. Terren went on to teach kindergarten through grade 8 in both Columbus and Cleveland for five years. Along with teaching academics, Terren taught English as a second language and served as a member of the Intervention Assistance Team. She additionally organized and served as a member of the Parent Teacher Organization, developed a school-wide positive behavioral support system and an after school tutoring program for a charter school in Columbus OH. After completing 2 years of training in Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy and working as an in home behavior tutor for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Collaborating with private speech, occupational and behavior therapists and consultants.
Terren is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology with a specialty in family counseling at Kent State University. As her career continues to grow she is dedicated to addressing the needs of all families through providing community and educational resources, providing adaptive strategies and working with each individual family in creating realistic solutions in a natural environment.