Montessori-based Children's TherapyWelcome to Tier 3 Montessori
Tier 3 Montessori is all about acknowledging and celebrating individual uniqueness, supporting strengths, and bringing out the best in people by providing a person-centered education, based on empathy, respect, dignity, and honor, using a whole-child/whole-family approach.
Tier 3 Montessori Environment
All sessions take place in our downtown Round Rock location. This homelike environment is fun and relaxing for students and therapists alike. Fully equipped with Montessori materials, outside play space, art materials, and board games uniquely designed for social therapy and one on one behavior therapy. The walkable downtown area and Main Street Plaza provides an excellent opportunity for community inclusion.
Location: 304 E. Main Street Round Rock, Texas 78664
Telephone: (512) 922-9525
Center Hours: M-F: 9am – 12pm
Observe the child,
not the label.
Supporting all children individually is something we already do in Montessori and in behavior analysis; a label or diagnosis is not required for our work to be effective however we treat children with the following diagnosis and more.
Tier 3 Montessori Mission & Vision
Our mission is to increase equity, accessibility, and inclusivity for neurodivergent children in Montessori schools using the science of human behavior and learning, to help them to grow in their own individual capacity, and to assist parents, families, and teachers by presenting compassionate and effective strategies to support children.
From Our Founder
“As a parent, I have walked this path with four neurodiverse children of my own. As a licensed board certified behavior analyst and AMI-trained Elementary Guide, I am uniquely qualified to support you and your children within their Montessori environments, as well as train and mentor parents, families, and educators in the science of human behavior. My aim is to acknowledge and validate the concerns you have as parents and educators when trying to best support the children in your care. You do not have to do this big work alone.”
– Erin Lopez-Brooks
Our Upcoming Curricular Events & Activities
The Conscious Worker: An Introduction to the Task of a Young Child with Caroline Clark.
Saturday, April 30th – 10:00am at our downtown Round Rock location.
$10. payable directly to our presenter.
You can schedule a walk through by visiting our Calendar here.
April – May 1
The National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS) Conference
April 29 – May 1
Tier 3 Montessori supports Public Montessori! We are all about equity and accessibility. You will see us listed as one of the Major Sponsors of this conference!
Call 512-922-9525 to speak to someone about enrollment.
Overview of Dyslexia, Montessori, and the Orton-Gillingham Approach.
With Gina Applegate
Wednesday, June 1 – 6:00pm
$10. payable directly to our presenter.
These free resources will help with everything from financial contribution to therapy, to tips, tricks and further understanding of issues you may be encountering with your neurodivergent student
Tourette’s Syndrome in the Montessori Classroom
Tourette’s Syndrome (TS), also known as Tourette’s Disorder, is a spectrum disorder, which causes sudden involuntary muscular twitches or spasms, known as tics (Marsh, 2007; McGuire, 2014; Rudnick, 2008). TS is a chronic neurobiological impairment with the...
Selective Mutism in the Montessori Classroom
Selective Mutism (SM), is a disorder usually first seen in preschool and school-aged children who possess the ability to speak, however they may not speak in certain situations or environments, and it may interfere with their social or academic functioning...
Montessori and Inclusion
Dr. Maria Montessori’s original work was based upon the work of Dr.s Edouard Séguin | American psychiatrist and Jean-Marc-Gaspard Itard | French physician, who was known for his work with The Wild Boy of Aveyron. You can read about Dr. Itard’s experiences and...