Educational Therapy Solutions​

Specialized academic instruction for students with Learning disabilities, including Adhd, dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia.




Learning Disabilities

Motivation Issues



Executive Functions

Reading Instruction

Written Language Instruction

Math Instruction

Academic Assessment



Patrick J. Bunnemeyer, MA, BCET
Board Certified Educational Therapist


  • Board Certified Educational Therapist Certificate – Association of Educational Therapists
  • MA - Special Education (With Distinction) – California State University, Northridge
  • Education Specialist Mild/Moderate Teaching Credential Level II – California State University, Northridge
  • Crosscultural, Language and Academic Development Certificate – California State University, Northridge
  • BA - Psychology – Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Specialized Training:

  • University of Kansas Strategic Instruction Model

     *Learning Strategies

     *Strategic Instruction in the Content Areas

  • Multiple Reading Programs – Ask


  • 2000 to Present - Association of Educational Therapists (AET)
  • 2009 to Present - International Dyslexia Association (IDA)
  • 2023 to Present - Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPPA)
  • 2004 to 2007 - California Association of Resource Specialists and Special Education Teachers

Volunteer Experience(s):

  • April 2019 to April 2022 - Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center

​    Served on the Board of Directors and as Secretary. ​

Professional Experience:

Over the last three decades, I have worked with children in a variety of unique settings.  At the beginning of my career (before I was a credentialed teacher), some of these settings were somewhat challenging and included a private residential school for developmentally disabled students with severe learning and behavioral problems - the Devereux School.  Later, when my focus shifted towards becoming a classroom teacher, I worked in a variety of different public schools- first as a teaching assistant (one year in middle school and one year in high school) and then as a substitute teacher.  I received my teaching credential in 1999 and went on to teach in the classroom for eight years: elementary (4 yrs.), middle school (2 yrs.), and high school (2 yrs.). I have also worked for private schools, in a private clinical setting, in my own office, and in the private homes of my students.  All of these rich and varied professional experiences have significantly contributed to my development as a teacher for students both with and without learning differences.