Lindsay Sealey, B.A., M.A. Ed. is a teacher, life coach, mentor, educational specialist, and workshop facilitator who is passionate about positively influencing the lives of learners by focusing on academic success as well as personal growth. Lindsay has over 14 years of experience working with kids of all ages and at all skill levels as well as consulting with parents and educators in the community. She is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young learners through her teaching and coaching, inspirational books, and empowerment workshops for young girls. Lindsay practices a strength-based approach. Lindsay is adept at reading and interpreting psychoeducational assessments and uses her knowledge and diverse experiences to create comprehensive and customized integrated learning and personal development programs. Her unique and individualized learning programs merge foundational learning skills, learning how to learn tools, and executive functioning skills with personal development topics such as: anxiety in learning, self-confidence and self-esteem, motivation, and personal best. Lindsay specializes in the core executive functioning skills including: focus and attention, working memory, processing speed, sequencing, and self-management. She has a keen understanding of brain plasticity and the need for targeted interventions to change the brain. After earning an undergraduate degree at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Lindsay completed a Master of Arts Degree in Educational Leadership at San Diego State University in California. Lindsay then chose a career as an Educational and Learning Specialist teaching students ages 4-24 in a variety of areas including: learning difficulties, academic underachievement, high anxiety, gifted and gifted/learning challenged, attention deficit disorder, language delayed, home schooled, shy, insecure, unmotivated, and unsuccessful at school. She is a talented speaker at various schools throughout BC. Lindsay has developed learning curriculum and she has designed numerous workshops to address issues relevant to learning and social/emotional development. Lindsay is an accomplished author. Her books include: True Beauty (2012), If I Should Have a Daughter (2012), Leadership for Girls (2013), Bold New Girls (2013), Me, My Self, and I (2013),The 7 Habits of Healthy Girls (2013), and 10 Life Tools for Girls (2013).