Our Team

Loren Leclezio


M.Sc Med (Neuroscience),?Ph.D (Developmental Neuroscience)

Loren completed her Bachelors and Honours degrees in Psychology through the University of South Africa. Her interest in neuroscience was sparked

after reading Dr. Norman Doidge’s book The Brain that Changes Itself she immersed herself in the field of neuropsychology and neuroscience. She then enrolled for her Masters in Medicine degree at UCT specialising in Neuroscience. Loren obtained her Ph.D from the University of Cape Town where she does research on neuropsychiatric disorders in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. She is a well respected expert in her field and has presented her work at numerous international conferences.

Yolanda Bell


BA Humanities, BA Hons Psychological Counselling, PGCE Foundation Phase

Yolanda has a passion for awakening children to their full potential. After completing her BA Honours degree in Psychological Counselling, she went on to complete additional training as a special needs facilitator. In over 5 years of working in the child development field, she has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience through assisting children in facing a wide range of challenges. Yolanda is currently completing her Post Graduate Certificate in Education in order to further develop her knowledge and skills. Having worked with a number of intervention strategies in various contexts, she is proud to be a part of the Indigo Learning team. She adds: “It’s wonderful to know that I am working with a program that is backed by years of research and really works!”

Miquette Temlett

B HSS (Psychological Counselling)
 Miquette completed her Bachelors degree in Human and Social Sciences with specialization in psychological counselling through UNISA.? She has done additional training in HIV/AIDS Care and Counselling. Miquette is experienced in offering presentations and talks to groups on any social, psychological and educational topic. She also does some freelance writing and journalism.? Miquette is a registered counsellor and in the process of completing a post-graduate specialization in art therapy accredited by the George Washington University in Nebraska. Miquette has extensive experience in remedial teaching and her keen interest in neuroscience and learning stems from these experiences.

Chane Stander



I studied Psychology and Education through UNISA. I have always been interested in behaviour, especially abnormal behaviour in children.

I found the Fast ForWord programme because my own child was diagnosed with Auditory Processing Disorder. After years of therapy and trying everything possible, we finally started seeing major results and improvement in my child’s language skills. Fast ForWord offered my child what no other therapy sessions could. I have ever since also introduced the programme in my school where all the little ones showed improvement.

Now I can help children with learning difficulties with great confidence through the Fast ForWord programme.

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