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Jessica Molloy

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Jessica Molloy founded the WHILDE Method in 2016 based on her passion for Whole Child Education. She loves helping students learn and grow and believes in the importance of taking risks and having fun while doing so.

Jessica has held teaching positions in public and private schools, but she found that she couldn't make the kind of difference she wanted with her students. After many years of tutoring, she decided to start her own method of education that would allow her to make a positive, long-term impact on students.

With a master’s degree in education from St. Joseph's College and a BA in Social Work, Jessica has also trained in Lindamood Bell teaching techniques. Currently, Jessica is working on her Doctorate in Education (EdD) at the University of New England, expecting to graduate in June 2024.

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Jessica was featured in the September 2022 Maine Women Magazine.

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Ever since Jessica Molloy was a young woman, she dreamt of offering comfort to all children with any learning challenge.  School was never easy for Jessica, as it often made her feel bad about herself. Diagnosed early on with dyslexia, she remembers those days thinking how much she disliked school and how they treated her.

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A Letter from Jessica
August 2023

I am a Mother of three Neurodiverse Daughters, and I am Dyslexic myself. I know firsthand what it is like to live, teach, and parent children of all ages whose minds do not think in a traditional manner. It is one of the many reasons I started the WHILDE Program.

Having experienced the challenges and triumphs that come with neurodiversity, I am deeply passionate about empowering individuals like you to embrace your unique strengths and thrive in a world that often misunderstands neurodivergent thinking.

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A valuable resource for Neurodiverse students is:  Understood.org