Arrowsmith Program's Australia and New Zealand Representative

For information on the Arrowsmith Program in Australia and New Zealand please contact Arrowsmith Program's representative Debbie Gilmore at

The May 2014 Australia and New Zealand Newsletter is now out, read it here.

Newest Australia and New Zealand additions to the Arrowsmith community.
Top Row (left to right): Lorraine Ruming, Shae Mitchell, Lizzie Coyle, Christine Fairbairn, Mary Gavigan, Belinda Edser
Bottom Row (left to right): Karina Enks, Mary-Anne Thorne, Indianna Cue

Barbara Arrowsmith-Young will return to Australia and New Zealand in 2015. If you are aware of a conference or an organisation that would like Barbara as a presenter during her next tour, please contact Bruna Simoes at

60 Minutes Australia Main Story
June 1, 2014
Child brain training program moves closer by Bethany Hiatt May 30, 2014, The West Australian
Arrowsmith program delivers astonishing results June 6, The Chronicle
Why TIGS is considering the Arrowsmith brain program June 13, Illawarra Mercury

A wrap-up of highlights from Barbara’s August/September 2013 tour can be viewed here.

Barbara Arrowsmith-Young’s book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain will be sold at each event, and Barbara will be available to sign books.

Arrowsmith Program Schools in Australia and New Zealand

Samuel Marsden Collegiate School, Wellington will be offering the Arrowsmith Program later in 2014.

We’re very excited to have the school as part of the Arrowsmith Community.

Click for more information on Participating Schools and Prospective Schools throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Barbara Arrowsmith-Young’s Australian Tours 2012 and 2013>

Barbara Arrowsmith-Young's recent tour of Australia generated a great deal of awareness for and interest in the Arrowsmith Program. Please click here for some of the media from the tours.

Video Coverage - Click Here
Print Coverage - Click Here
Radio Coverage - Click Here

For photo galleries from Barbara’s Tours and Events in Australia and New Zealand, please click here:

The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: Learning How to Learn by Melinda Collins, Page 14-16

Principals Today/NZ100th Anniversary Special Edition 2013