Francoise Pierredon

Francoise Pierredon

Françoise Pierredon received degrees in piano performance and clinical psychology in Paris. Her work with children with autism led her to study with Dr Suzuki and Dr Kataoka in Matsumoto, Japan, where she graduated from the Talent Education Institute. She has been a teacher trainer for the Suzuki Association of Americas since 1984, teaching in various settings including an inner-city school, and at institutes in the United States, France, UK, Australia and Canada. After getting a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2005, she started working as a Clinical Counselor, most recently at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in the Therapeutic Preschool and the Healing Center where she specializes in the treatment of psychological trauma. As a teacher her approach is centered on teaching students according to their needs and learning styles, nurturing both the ability and the desire to learn, and having a supportive and collaborative partnership with parents.

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