Thinking and Learning Center
Welcome to the Thinking and Learning Center! We are here to help you with your struggling learner. Our consultations are to give hope and encouragement to parents! Do you homeschool? We can help bring life back to the home education process. Is your child in school? We can advocate for you. We also provide educational therapy and testing. See our services pages for more information about these processes.
Kimberly Vogel, PCET, CDT
Kimberly began her journey in the education field over 20 years ago as a teacher in the classroom. After staying home with her children, she went back to work in the preschool field. During that time, God lead their family to homeschool their children. After realizing her daughter had learning struggles, Kimberly began her search to find what she could do for her struggling learner. This journey lead her to the National Institute of Learning Development (NILD) where she went through years of classes to become a Professionally Certified Educational Therapist (PCET) and a Certified Dyslexia Therapist (CDT) through IDA (International Dyslexia Association).
As a homeschool mom, Kimberly has a heart for homeschool families. After graduating her first homeschooler, she can help guide you through the entire homeschool process. She enjoys consultations with the goal of bringing hope and life back to the homeschool environment. Kimberly also speaks to homeschool groups, moms groups, or women’s events. Contact her for more information.
At the Thinking and Learning Center, Kimberly works with all students, not just those who are homeschooled. Last year, half of her students were traditionally schooled. Students enrolled in her Educational Therapy program receive free consultations and advocacy in meetings with the school, if needed.
Other than being an educational therapist, Kimberly is active in her church. She has been married to Kevin for 20 years and they have four beautiful daughters. Kimberly enjoys writing, you can find her children’s book, Ribbons of Rainbows in the store of her blog. Her blog contains more of her writings and encouragement for families. In her free time, Kimberly enjoys crafts and is often found with a ball of yarn as she loves to crochet.