Nicole Aguila Linn, M.Ed, CYT, has been teaching and serving young learners for fourteen years in northern New Jersey in the public, private and parochial sectors. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science & Psychology and Master’s degree in Education from Rutgers University. Upon receiving her teaching certification, Nicole began teaching in the urban public school setting where she gained extensive experience with various learning styles, IEP’s, 504 plans and ELL learners. In this type of setting she worked very closely with the Child Study Team after referring many students that she felt required evaluation and intervention. Nicole’s time in formal educational settings allowed for opportunities to develop her knowledge of LD’s and experience with IEP’s, while carrying out intervention and strategies to aid instruction.
Nicole has a passion for getting to know people and creating long lasting relationships that will yield growth and inspiration. She aspires to empower children and adults to increase their self-awareness in an effort to live whole, fulfilling lives through approaches reaching and evolving the mind, body and soul.