The Beautiful
Mind Project

 

Cost-Free Counseling Sessions with Mosaic

Cost-Free Counseling Sessions with Mosaic

Talk therapy can help with stress, anxiety, and other aspects of mental health. Mosaic offers cost-free counseling sessions with no questions asked. Randomly chosen applicants will take part in talk therapy directed by licensed supervisors. With a focus on removing treatment barriers, Mosaic increases accessibility with cost-free counseling, late afternoon/early evening appointments, and teletherapy for those unable to travel.

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Post-partum Support with Mother Nurture

Post-partum Support with Mother Nurture

The Mother Nurture Program offers free postpartum support for new moms. Participants join groups of 6-8 moms for guided therapy sessions and help navigating several aspects of childcare. The first four-week program serves mothers 4 to 12 weeks post-delivery. Session two offers ongoing support for mothers 13 to 17 weeks post-delivery every other week.

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Teens, Tweens, and Parent Support with Kaizen

Teens, Tweens, and Parent Support with Kaizen

“Kaizen” is a Japanese word that means “steady and gradual improvement.” The Kaizen program supports the mental for at-risk teens and their parents. Teens participate in guided group activities that promote openness and growth. Parents form their own group and participate in guided discussions designed to put themselves in a better place to better support their child’s needs and gain an improved understanding into their children’s’ struggles.

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Serving Our Community with Accessible Care 

At The Beautiful Mind Project, our mission is to change the way our community members access and experience their mental health care. We partner with organizations across the state of Minnesota to provide programs, resources, and events that support your journey in becoming the best version of yourself.

Accessible Mental Health Programs

Our mental health programs aim to provide better access for everyone regardless of their ability to pay. Accessibility also means that programming is offered in the evening and on weekends to accommodate a variety of schedules. For us, it’s important that our clients receive the mental health care they need when they need it.

>50%

More than 50% of people in the US will be diagnosed with a mental illness due to an emotional struggle.

Data from the CDC

53
Million

Approximately one in five Americans, or 53 million people, live permanently with a mental illness.

Data from the National Institute of Mental Health

Today, mental healthcare is unavailable to millions who need it. The Beautiful Mind Project works to make mental health care accessible for everyone. Contact us to get started.

Upcoming Events

Stand up to Stigma

October 6th, 2022  |  7:00PM

Rolling Ridge Event Center | Saint Joseph, MN