About Dr. Meg
There’s a reason parents and kids feel gratitude and relief when Dr. Meg Murray, educational psychologist and owner of Be Alright Tutoring, steps into their lives.
- Is it her athletic career, which includes playing for the UConn Huskies™ in the mid-1980s under famed Coach Geno Auriemma?
- Or, is it her life after college, which includes acing as a sports psychologist for the elite athletes of NASCAR™, the NFL™ and PGA™ along with Wimbledon champ Mary Pierce?
- Is it her experience working with special needs’ children and families?
“We are a family resource offering traditional academic lessons, educational support, individual coaching, and child advocacy with specialized experience in special needs, traditional schooling, alternative schooling and navigating mainstream school administration. It’s a mouthful.”
-Dr. Meg Murray
One Parent Helping Another
Meg pursued her advanced education and accreditations after seeing her own children struggle. Be Alright Tutoring was founded because of one mom's need to help her children.
Meg Murray, Ph.D.
University of Connecticut
Our Simple 3-Step Process
Live Online Tutoring
Custom learning plans developed and implemented online, at your convenience. Be Alright's experienced, credentialed tutors assess, create individualized tutoring plans, and help students navigate the future.
Designed With Federal Standards In Mind
Frequent Measured Results
Real Stories, Real Students, Real Success
By May of 2019, Shane was passing all his sight word tests! His teachers are astonished with his progress! Shane will be moving on to first grade in August!
We have seen such improvement in his reading and I see so much more confidence! -Tripp’s IEP teacher
We really like the way you prompt him to speak and write. Yesterday, Ryan was very happy because he wrote a paragraph within a short time. He has always struggled to find a topic and elaborate on it. We truly appreciate your help. -Ryan’s Mom
Thank you for the invaluable help! -Cole’s Dad
We Teach Invaluable Life Skills
These skills aren't easy for some children to develop; that's why we're here to help.