Amy Smith

Amy began her career as the director of a crisis pregnancy center, embracing pregnant women with compassion and enabling them to make informed decisions about their lives.

After home-educating dyslexic learners for eighteen years, she sought graduate-level training in education in order to assist other parents and students as they navigate their educational journeys.

Amy is an Educational Therapist with the National Institute of Learning Development. She uses subject matter as the learning vehicle to develop cognition and confidence with students of all ages. The NILD approach focuses on root learning issues, helping learners overcome by developing new learning paths. This process focuses on the whole person: cognition, perception, academics, and emotions.

Amy is also a Life Coach with WOW Living, where she also serves as Executive Assistant.

Amy’s heart is to help people of all ages break through obstacles and gain victories over various life issues that have been a hindrance. She guides her clients toward hope that true change is possible and that with perseverance, improvement is attainable.

Amy enjoys spending time in a good book, laughing with friends and family, and especially playing with her grandchildren.