Françoise Nicoloff Visits Toogoolawa School in QLD

Françoise Nicoloff Visits Toogoolawa School in QLD

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(Left to Right) Francoise Nicoloff (Director of Tomatis® Australia), Jerry Moloney (Principal), Helen Horn (Youth worker), and Tony Geeves (Educational Psychologist/Volunteer)

Françoise Nicoloff visited last Friday (March 11, 2017), Toogoolawa School in Ormeau QLD, the very first school in Australia to implement the Tomatis® Method. She met with Jerry Moloney (Principal), Helen Horn (Youth worker), and Tony Geeves (Educational Psychologist/Volunteer).

Helen and Tony told Françoise that teachers reported that children were calmer and more focused after doing their Tomatis® session. Some children are asking for the program as they feel better when they do it. It has also reduced the level of violence for some of those kids.

Toogoolawa School is a school dedicated to boys from 8 to 16 years old with special needs and who could not fit in main stream schools. Overall, the school is very happy with the experience and is starting their second year with the Tomatis® Method.

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