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Carey Heller, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Heller Psychology Group 

6320 Democracy Blvd

Bethesda, Maryland 20817


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Dr. Carey Heller is a licensed psychologist and founding partner of Heller Psychology Group. He specializes in the evaluation and treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), executive function issues, learning disabilities, and related items including anxiety. Dr. Heller provides psychotherapy and ADHD/executive function coaching, often blending them together. In addition, he conducts psychoeducational evaluations. Furthermore, Dr. Heller runs an executive functioning boot camp. Dr. Heller can see clients in 39 states via telehealth through PsyPact. 

In addition to his work with the practice, Dr. Heller provides assessment supervision to graduate students at the George Washington University.  He also serves on the board of the Montgomery County chapter of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) as the chapter coordinator as well as on the board of Washington Independent Services For Educational Resources (WISER) as vice president. Additionally, Dr. Heller is a national topic expert contributor on ADHD for He also has written several books, with more information under the “Resources” tab on the website. Furthermore, Dr. Heller publishes a local blog on parenting for Montgomery Community Media. Finally, he is the co-chair of the Editorial Advisory Board for CHADD’s Attention Magazine.

Dr. Heller completed his doctorate at The George Washington University. 

Jill Broder, M.Ed.


Jill Broder's Tutoring Center

9901 Belward Campus Drive #100

Rockville, MD 208503017627323


"I have always known that I have a passion for teaching and helping others," says Jill Broder, whose 30 years of experience in education are a testament to just how serious this mission is to her. While passion for her work is the driving force behind her endeavors, Jill has the credentials to show for it as well. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland as a Bachelor of Science in Special Education, and then proceeded to earn a Master of Education Degree with a focus in Remedial Reading and Math, specializing in education for the gifted and talented. As a professional educator today, Jill continues to work with students who have learning disabilities, executive functioning issues, and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).Jill's commitment to education is deeply rooted in personal history and fueled by the motivation to improve the learning of those around her. She was set firmly on her career path at an early age, when her brother, then a third-grader, was diagnosed with dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactive disorder. "My mother’s main objective," Jill recalls, "was to ensure that his optimism, his zest for life, and his overall positive demeanor were not negatively affected by this diagnosis." Jill's interest was sparked as she watched her brother thrive under proper guidance, but none inspired her more than his wonderful tutor. "I knew that I needed to make this my life's work," Jill explains. "I wanted to expand on her ideas and bring this type of success to as many students as I possibly could."The year 1981 marked the opening of her first tutoring center, dedicated to helping the gifted and talented as well as students with learning differences. Over two decades later, Jill has remained steadfast in her cause, now providing tutoring services for learners of all levels and ages, ranging anywhere from preschool to college. In 2011, she founded the Jill Broder Education Group to support schools in their programming options. Drawing on her expertise and experience, she assembled a highly qualified staff to operate within existing school curriculums, working with administrators to help develop their staff, with students to facilitate preparation for standardized testing, and even with parents, educating them about programs to help their children make the most of their time at school.

Pamela Tedeschi, M.S. Ed.

Certified Educational Planner 

Tedeschi Educational Consulting

10220 River Road Suite 111

Potomac, MD 20854

Phone: 301-951-0131

Fax: 301-951-1024



For 17 years Pamela Tedeschi has been an educational consultant. She is known for her insightful evaluations of children and wise counsel to parents regarding independent and public schools in the metropolitan Washington area and boarding and therapeutic schools nationally. Her goal is to find the educational setting that will maximize each client’s potential. She has also been a teacher in both independent and public schools. Education: B.A. in Elementary Education, Emory University; MS. Ed. in Special Education, (Course Concentration in Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders) Binghamton University (SUNY- Binghamton); Post graduate courses in School Administration and Gifted Education, Georgia State University. Experience: In public schools: teacher in New York, Georgia and Maryland; Department Head of Special Education, Candor, NY; Hands on Science teacher and teacher mentor, Director of a preschool, Montgomery County, Maryland. In independent schools: teacher at the McLean School of Maryland and past board member of the Oakland School. Other: Featured speaker on radio talk shows about learning differences, Leader of discussion groups on testing, independent school admissions, special education, gifted education and behavior management for parents and teachers, tutor, Certified Educational Planner, IECA (Independent Educational Consulting Association).

Michelle Herman,OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Dynamic Development 

4400 East West Highway, Suite 32

Bethesda, MD 20814


Michelle Herman has a degree in Occupational Therapy and is co-owner of Dynamic Development Pediatric Services in Bethesda, MD. She has over 15 years of experience specializing in pediatrics. She has a certification and extensive knowledge in Sensory Processing Disorders. She performs assessments, evaluations, and individual and group treatment for children with a variety of diagnoses including sensory processing disorders, developmental delays, and communication disorders. Additionally, she is certified in the Interactive Metronome Program. Michelle has extensive knowledge and certifcations in various auditory training programs and is a certified Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) Advanced Practioner.

Michael Sitar, PhD 

Psychologist, Biofeedback, and Neurofeedback 

4833 Rugby Ave.

Suite 200

Bethesda, MD 20814



Joan Green, M.A. CCC-SLP

301-602-2899 (call/ text) / 1-800-IST-2550 

Joan Green is a speech-language pathologist, assistive technology specialist, online tech coach, and mother of 4 young adults. For almost 40 years, she has helped children and adults with a wide range of developmental and acquired disabilities. Joan has written and published 4 books and regularly speaks on a wide variety of communication, cognitive, literacy, communication and learning topics. She is the founder of Innovative Speech Therapy (, a private practice based in the Washington, DC area. Her mission is to help individuals overcome barriers to success by leveraging the benefits of technology. 

In addition to offering 1:1 tech coaching sessions for families, colleagues and organizations, she creates online courses and offers free webinars. She excels at sharing her knowledge of effective strategies for affordable cutting-edge resources that empower students, employees and elderly adults to improve engagement and achievement. She is passionate about connecting with colleagues and families all over the world to help them leverage the benefits of tech to support reading, writing, thinking, organizing and communicating. 

Joan is originally from Buffalo, NY, received her formal graduate education at Northwestern University, and now lives in the Washington, DC area.

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