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Organized KHAOS Program

Organized KHAOS is a nonclinical and customizable social and emotional program that teaches effective coping strategies to lessen the impacts of chronic trauma. The aim of this mental health prevention and promotion program is to provide youth ages 8-18 with social-emotional tools to navigate the impacts of adverse childhood experiences, mediate the effects of intergenerational trauma, enhance self-identity, and bolster coping strategies.


Community Workshops

These workshops are continuous community-focused events aimed at promoting mental health awareness, fostering resilience, and equipping participants with practical strategies to enhance their emotional well-being. These interactive workshops are designed to create a safe and inclusive space where attendees can explore various aspects of mental health and learn techniques to build resilience in their daily lives.

Corporate/Professional Development

We offer corporate & professional development for administrators, educators, and other organizations. These professional developments provide individuals with the tools to assess, address, and reduce the impact of toxic and traumatic stress. The function of these consultative services is to enhance a multi-layered approach to intervention by addressing systems and structural policies that do not center youth needs.


Therapy Services


We collaborate with a local for-profit to provide therapy to our community. A&A inspirations understand that there are times when a person needs someone to process, listen, and assist them with mental health struggles. For this reason, they offer several treatment modalities to meet each client where they are. A&A Inspirations also offer both virtual and in person, individual and family coaching and therapy as we understand that individuals are affected by their environments.


"I really appreciated how the information was presented in relation to students we might work with every day. The back stories were engaging and made the information more relatable. I really appreciated all of the acronyms as well. I can see myself using them, as well as practicing them with students. Thank you for your time and sharing your expertise. I hope to continue to learn more about ways I can help students."

-Cherie St. Louis Public Schools

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