Fostering Students’ Self-Esteem & Academic Success By Uniting the Fields of Education and Mental Health

Educational Consultation

At Healthy Minds Consulting we are experts at facilitating collaboration between public service agencies and educational institutions to understand each other’s roles, access services, and effectively communicate the needs of each child to create supportive learning environments.

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Educational Advocacy

With Healthy Minds Consulting advocating for each child’s unique educational needs, parents can focus on being nurturing and loving caregivers. We have the experience to help navigate the complexities of the education system to support families in accessing the resources their child needs to thrive.

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Child Development

The path to confident young learners starts here. Whether you want to give your infant a head start with the Baby Signs® program, have questions about nurturing your child’s self-esteem, or are struggling to determine the best developmental approach to help your youngster succeed, let us help.

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Introduction to the Juvenile Mental Health Court

The Juvenile Mental Health Court (JMHC) is a specialized court room within the Los Angeles County juvenile delinquency system which serves youth with developmental delays and/or significant mental health needs. It is one of dozens that are spread across the United States. Each JMHC has a slightly different focus, but all are designed to prioritize rehabilitation and treatment via community-based services rather than detention.