Holly Graves, MA is the Clinical Director of Holly Graves & Associates, Inc. , responsible for the administration and management of all facets of the clinic. 

Holly has been in the field of Learning Differences since 1974. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Experimental Psychology and Elementary Education from Colorado Women’s College and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from the University of Northern Colorado . 

Holly has completed numerous post  graduate hours in the study of reading  disorders  and is certified in multiple researched based intervention programs. She frequently provides teacher training to public and private schools regarding dyslexia and related learning differences. She has been certified as a Regional LETRS® (Language Essientials for Teachers of Reading) Trainer. 

Holly served as the Branch President for the Rocky Mountain International Dyslexia Association from 1998 to January 2003. Her years of service and leadership to this Association has deepened her scientific knowledge base of the most effective methods for the treatment and identification of language based learning disorders such as dyslexia.

She is passionate about the identification and remediation of learning differences and putting scientific research into practice. Holly is dedicated to the belief that all children deserve effective intervention so they are able to achieve commensurate with their potential, attaining their goals.

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