About Us

About Us

Our Story

Our Story

Health of Mind, Inc was founded in 2006 with a primary focus on providing training and support to adults with developmental disabilities, empowering them to live independently in the community. This community-based program successfully served hundreds of families for over 10 years, facilitating meaningful opportunities for independent living and employment. In the early 2010s, our scope expanded to include pediatric behavioral programs. While we cherished our work with adults, external factors led us to exclusively serve children and families today. We now operate in various settings, including residences, schools, and communities, and our dedicated team has grown significantly, comprising over 100 exceptional clinicians. We are proud to foster strategic alliances with both profit and non-profit organizations to continue providing comprehensive assistance to our children and families. We extend our deepest gratitude to the families and referral providers for entrusting us with the healthcare of their children.

Meet Our Founder

During my training as a neuropsychologist, I received extensive education in diagnostics, specifically focusing on understanding the intricate relationship between the physical brain and behavior. However, I soon realized that the treatment aspect of neuropsychology was limited, not just at my university, but across most schools. This led me to found Health of Mind, Inc in 2006, with the aim of training adults with developmental disabilities to achieve independence in both work and daily life. While our habilitation program saw relative success, I recognized a need to enhance my skills in behavioral intervention. To bridge the gap between neuropsychology and applied behavior analysis (ABA), I decided to pursue a career in ABA. Combining my knowledge from both fields proved to be a perfect fit, enabling me to diagnose and effectively treat patients of all ages and conditions. As a result, the effectiveness of my interventions led to the strategic hiring of other clinicians who could replicate my treatment protocols. Today, we have a team of over 100 clinicians successfully delivering our services. Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of working with individuals across the lifespan, from neurodevelopmental to neuroacquired disorders, encompassing a range of medical and psychological conditions, both acute and chronic. I am incredibly grateful for the exposure and experiences I have gained, as well as the remarkable team we have built, which has been the backbone of our success. I sincerely thank you for taking the time to learn about my professional journey. ¬°Muchas gracias!