As parents consider the education and personal growth of their children, there is anxiety even in the best of family situations. Concern grows dramatically when parents must face the challenges of a young person who is struggling. Effective decision-making means taking stock, moving through the anxiety, weighing creative alternatives, and making well-informed decisions.
We are here to help you navigate the decision-making challenges and support your family through the healing process. We have a combined total of over 50 years working with families and young people in various settings. We offer you our experience, knowledge of the landscape of options, and thoughtful guidance at this critical time. As educational consultants, we will help you ﬁnd a school or program where your family member can thrive. When you put us on the team for full service, we’ll stay with you throughout—monitoring, guiding, and coaching—always available to you at any time, seven days a week.
The emotional and ﬁnancial investment you are considering is a momentous one. The landscape of options can be confusing and overwhelming. The services of an experienced educational consultant can reduce the odds of a placement failure and save time, money, and emotional energy. We do the travel and research in order to shine the light on the best and most appropriate—and even the most cost-effective—schools and programs.
Our job is to research carefully and to shine the light so parents can make the most appropriate and cost-effective decision. We look forward to working with you.
“I’m so thankful Jesse was and is a part of our lives. My daughter has been out of treatment for three years and we still hear from Jesse. He was a trusted confidant for both me and my daughter as we navigated through some serious mental health struggles. He listened and valued our particular needs while helping to choose next steps for treatment at a very difficult time. I would highly recommend Jesse to any family needing clarity, patience, guidance and experience in the area of mental health treatment and educational options.”—Shannon C.
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