Bonnie Landau, PCCi, PPS

Bonnie_150x150Bonnie is an educational counselor and advocate who helps our clients get help for their children. As a special ed mom herself, Bonnie who has dedicated the last 11 years to researching solutions to help heal her oldest son. When he was six a neuropsychologist diagnosed him with PDD-NOS (pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified), and said he was beyond help, and to plan for group home care as an adult. Bonnie could not accept that nothing could be done, and she set on a path to find solutions to help her son.

As an educational counselor she shares her story of extensive research, implementing solutions and finding healing. Her son’s primary diagnoses have been auditory processing disorder (APD), post-concussive syndrome, ADHD, reading disability, visual processing disorder, executive function disorder, cerebral folate deficiency and folic acid intolerance. In the past 8 years she has found therapies and biomedical solutions that have recovered her son. He is expected to grow up and have a full and typical life.

During her journey Bonnie has gained expertise in APD, creating the website and co-authoring the book, Same Journey, Different Paths: Stories of Auditory Processing Disorder. She is the co-administrator of the (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder (C)APD Facebook group and the VPD and Vision Therapy Facebook group. She also offers services as a special education advocate and is a member of the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocate (COPAA). Bonnie has dedicated her work towards helping parents find solutions so their children can thrive.

Prior to becoming an educational counselor, Bonnie managed Landau Digital Solutions, a web development and graphic design agency. She has a masters in educational counseling from University of La Verne, masters in spiritual psychology from University of Santa Monica, and bachelor of architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.