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10-Year-old Carter Bonas hopes his apparel line inspires others
January 26, 2022 – Bailey Chamblee meets with 10-year-old Carter Bonas and his mother, Dr. Thelma Tennie, about their new line of golf apparel and what it means for Carter to have a path to financial independence while living with autism.
Mental Health Therapy serving Children and Families of Under-Served Communities
Matters of behavioral and mental health therapy are difficult to approach for many people, especially among many minority communities. As a result, cultural norms and generational poverty can prevent people from admitting that they need help. In other words, this can lead to worsening behavioral problems and emotional states in young children.
Healing Arts Institute is committed to removing barriers to mental health therapy, particularly for children in minority and under served communities. With this in mind, we go directly to the schools and homes of at-risk children to provide their care.
Above all, we are positioning ourselves as a pillar of trust and support.
Our traditional and non-traditional client centered culturally competent talk therapies, supportive behavioral counseling, and family counseling help children and their families cope with difficult life circumstances. We are able to provide them with the tools they need so that they can become well-adjusted adults.
Come and spend the day with us for an amazing day of golf, food, and fun during our second annual charity golf fundraiser – while helping to support and fund mental health services for children throughout South Florida! Register as a single tournament player for 18 holes of golf. Enjoy an amazing post-tournament awards dinner – included with your registration.
Check Out Healing Arts’ New Expansion Programs!
To eliminate the stigma attached to receiving mental health services, specifically among culturally marginalized communities, and to promote growth and development of children, families, adults and the community through leadership, academics, research and evidence-based therapies.
A leader in mental health services and academic excellence.