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  • Office: Draper Office
  • Hours: 9:00AM - 1:30PM
  • Years Of Experience: 37
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Dr. Audrey L. Nelson has worked as an educator in the public and private sector for over 30 years. She graduated from the University of Utah with a B.A. in English in 1997.

In August of 2001 she was awarded a M. Ed. in Educational technology focusing on technology and the arts, In December of 2001 she was awarded a Masters of Counseling from the University of Phoenix. She also was awarded a Masters of Education from the University of Phoenix in 2005. She received her Ph.D. in Education focusing on Instructional Design for online learning in 2010.

She has been a licensed clinical mental health counselor since 2004. Audrey has been involved with the mind, body and spirit education since 1982 when she received her first black belt in Seidokan Aikido. Since 1990 she has run a martial art school called “Ahsahoshi (morning star) Aikido.”

She currently enjoys working in her urban garden focusing on the propagation of drought tolerant trees, solar and wind alternative energy experiments, and painting and writing.

Of Brain Works she said, “It is a program that enhances a child’s abilities at to use and focus their cognitive skills in a way that transforms learning frustrations into successes. My experiences with mind and body activities have lead me to believe that Brain Works is a powerful program to enhance student and human potential. It makes difficult tasks easy and impossible tasks possible. I feel honored to be able to work with this team of experts.”

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