We believe every student should learn, build and strengthen their mental health foundation along their educational journey.
The goal is simple: provide a proactive, sustainable approach to student mental health.
We are igniting education by helping high school and college students conquer their mental health and achieve their academic and professional goals so they can create and live in a happier space as they transition to adulthood.
We take pride in our work as we strive to make an impact on student mental health.
We work with students, families and organizations nationwide as we aim to transform students from statistics to success stories
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Mother of 2
“The title of the course IgnitEDU literally set things on fire. It gives you the burning desire to see things differently, how to let things go and how to live a life freely. We all can be held captured by our thinking and in doing so can be detrimental if the things are negative. But, I have learned new ways to think and to handle what may effect my mental state. I am grateful for Christina and the platform that she is using to help evoke change in the Mental Health sector !!”
Montclair State University
“IgnitEDU was the push that I needed when taking accountability for my mental health. Learning new strategies and resources I can use to focus on my mental health was extremely beneficial. I've known the importance of mental health , but didn't know where to start and by joining the weekly sessions it held me accountable and taught me new ways to not only focus on my mental health but better it as well.”
College Success Counselor,
“I found this PD to be incredibly helpful. Though I have learned about mental health strategies before, I found the specific, tangible information in this session to be extremely relevant to my one-on-one counseling with students. Often in the moment, I am unsure of what strategies might work best for a student's particular situation, but this workshop outlined a ton of different methods and ideas and I feel much more prepared to go into meetings and help support students' mental health!”