Marek Moldawsky, Licensed School Psychologist
Marek Moldawsky is a licensed and certificated school psychologist in the state of Florida. He earned his BA in Psychology from the University of Toledo. He earned his Masters degree in Guidance and Counseling and Specialist degree in School Psychology from the University of Toledo. Marek has over 20 years of experience working as a school psychologist in both public and private settings.
Marek has served as the lead Counseling Psychologist in several school districts and has taken a leadership role in the development of school safety plans and crisis response teams. Further, he has taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Toledo and Lourdes University in Ohio. Currently, Marek regularly provides individual counseling and assessment services for children, adolescents, and young adults with an emphasis on maximizing their personal, academic, and pro-social potential.
Recently, Marek was named the Official Mental Health Consultant for the Cape Coral Charter School Authority, (CCCSA). He is also a member of the National Association of School Psychologists, the Florida Association of School Psychologists, a charter member of the Southwest Florida Association of School Psychologists, and is certified by the US DOT as a substance abuse professional.
Kathy Moldawsky, Licensed School Counselor, English teacher, Life Coach
Kathy Moldawsky is a licensed school counselor, English teacher, life coach, and tutor. She received her Masters Degree in Counseling and Human Services from The University of Toledo and her Bachelors degree in secondary education from UT as well. She has more than 32 years of experience as a school counselor and teacher with students from kindergarten through grade 12.
Kathy helped to develop a proven ACT test preparation program known as "ACT Boot Camp" and has taught her methods to hundreds of students with great success. Most of the students who completed this week-long rigorous test prep program (ACT Boot Camp) showed significant score improvement (an average 3 point increase) with many students going on to earn thousands of dollars of scholarship money due to the increase in their scores.