Molly Goodis

B.A., M.A.

Executive Functioning Coach



Molly is dedicated to promoting the development of the whole child through research-informed practice tailored to meet the needs of the individual child. As an executive functioning coach, Molly teaches her students and their families the foundational skills necessary for success both academically and socially.

Molly developed a kindergarten program to support a diverse community of international learners at the Yale University School of Medicine. At Yale, she worked alongside families and other educators to implement programs that fostered social emotional learning and self-regulation. Molly has conducted research in mental health in the classroom to learn holistic and proactive strategies for supporting all children. She  has presented her findings at professional conferences across Canada. Molly applies her research to practice while working with children one-on-one and in a variety of classroom environments.

Molly earned her B.A. with Honors in Psychology and Sociology from The University of Western Ontario. She completed a Master of Arts degree in Child Study and Education with a focus in special education at OISE’s Institute of Child Study. She is certified by the Ontario College of Teachers to teach kindergarten through Grade 6.