Workshops & Consulting

Student Mental Health Support

Reclaiming Minds Therapy and Wellness delivers mental health services through the school
system to address key financial and structural barriers that often prevent children from receiving
needed services for mental health problems. This can include:

Girls group on diverse topics such as:

    • Self-esteem
    • Communication
    • Boundaries
    • Conflict Resolution

1:1 Therapy – For students identified as needing additional ongoing emotional support.


The Workplace Series (For schools and Corporations)

These trainings are provided as a series with the goal of increasing staff retention and cooperation in the workplace:

    • Socio-Emotional Learning
    • Mitigating Burnout
    • The Wellness Initiative
    • Trauma Informed Practices, and various mental health topics

Educator Training & Consultation

We partner with your school or organization to provide consultation, training and support services to teachers, administrators, and support staff. Reclaiming Minds clinicians provide restorative justice practices to change the school’s culture and climate to improve student behavior.

Services include:

    • Coaching educators, teachers, and staff on Restorative Practices (RP)
    • Coaching behavioral health professionals on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
    • Conducting Adult SEL and other professional staff developments
    • Mental health psychoeducation for learning professionals
    • Student crisis prevention and intervention
    • Best practices for providing educational programming to at risk youth
    • Address non-academic barriers to improve learning outcomes

Parent/Family Services

Parental participation improves student learning no matter the grade level, socioeconomic status, or familial education history. Our services can include outreach workshops on how parents can foster their children’s learning, appreciate their role as a partner with the teacher, and participate in school improvement processes such as the LSC or PAC. Topics include:

    • Cultural Perspectives on Parenting
    • Parenting with Special Challenges
    • Exploring Childrearing Strategies
    • Financial Stability and Family Well-being
    • Guiding, Nurturing, and Motivating Children
    • Parents as Change Agents
    • Problem Solving and Goal Setting
    • Improving Communication