Meet The Team
Our team consists of highly qualified professionals with extensive experience in assessment and research
Rudolf Stockling is the head of the Assessment Unit at Lexicon Reading Center. Rudolf is an educational psychologist licensed by the Dubai Health Authority. He has been a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) since 1991. Rudolf is a citizen of both Switzerland and Australia and is a fluent speaker of English, German and French.
Prof. Nancy Cushen White has more than 30 years of experience in the field of education and in particular in reading difficulties. She has been awarded for her significant contributions to the field of literacy education by a number of internationally recognized organizations such as the International Dyslexia Association. She holds various degrees and credentials in the field of literacy education.
Flo Kimmerling has more than 18 years of experience in the field of education and in particular in reading difficulties. She has been awarded for her significant contributions to the field of language-based learning difficulties. She holds various degrees and credentials in the field of language. Also, she has been touched and enlightened by the hundreds of students she has worked with since 1994.
Praveen AV is a qualified and experienced psychologist and remedial tutor. He has more than 6 years experience in the remediation of children with learning differences. Praveen uses a multidisciplinary approach in remediation to facilitate changes in the needy. He is trained in the multisensory way of teaching, strategic intervention model (University of Kansas)
Dr Steve Chinn (PhD, AMBDA, Mark College, UK) is an internationally regarded expert trainer and lecturer in the area of Dyslexia, Mathematics and Dyscalculia. Dr Chinn has served on the councils of the British Dyslexia Association and the Dyslexia Institute and has more than thirty five years of teaching experience. Steve set up the first Post Graduate Course for maths and dyslexia which was accredited by the British Dyslexia Association for Associate Membership (Numeracy) status.
Terrill Jennings received her Ed.M. in Reading, Language and Learning Disabilities from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Terrill is a founding teacher of the Landmark School and cofounded Landmark School’s Expressive Language Program. She has taught and directed language arts programs for children with dyslexia for more than forty years. Recently, Terrill has been awarded the Alice B .Garside award by the Massachusetts Branch of the International Dyslexia Association in honor of her significant teaching, research and writing contributions to the dyslexia community.