Leslie Goldberg M.Ed., CEP

15 Sentinel Road 
Hingham, MA 02043


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IECA Member.....Selecting the appropriate educational path is one of the most important decisions for young people and their families. It is also one of the most difficult. Leslie S. Goldberg & Associates, LLC is an educational consultancy that helps families through the maze of life-changing choices.
Whether you seek a nurturing atmosphere or a competitive edge, a school designed for independent study, an environment that benefits a troubled child, or one that offers assistance to students with learning disabilities, as you explore this Web site, you will discover the unique benefits of working with experienced consultants in determining and accessing the right educational placement options for your child.

Leslie Goldberg & Associates, LLC are highly experienced professionals who work to bring solutions to a worldwide clientele. Their expertise encompasses:

Residential treatment programs
Outdoor education programs
Emotional growth schools
Schools and colleges for learning differences
Preparatory schools
Graduate schools
They are committed to students' success after placement and are available for follow-up consultation for one year post-special needs placement, and one semester post-college or traditional school placement.

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We Can Help!

We help hundreds of families.
Some of the services we offer:

  • Admissions Counseling
  • Crisis Placement Services
  • free advice on programs
  • Interim short, 3-5 day crisis placements awaiting long term placements
  • Pre-screened Places for Children, Adolescents, Teens and Young Adults
  • Recommendation of preferred schools and programs
  • Teen Transportation Services

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