Gerardo Mental Health

Gerardo Mental Health

5.0 (5)
4 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

+ Our #1 Priority is to help you become happier. 

+ We cover a various amount of topics from the various life quadrants (Physical, Spiritual, Emotional, Mental) to maximize our clients' mental health optimization. 

+ End result is a drastic change and a better life that will help you maximize your potential in business and relationships. 



Shaun has been a mental health leader in the field for the past 3 years, working with various charities and organizations to steer the youth in the right direction and give them the tools needed to battle life and become happier. 

He has mentored multiple young adults to financial success, and has given a clear path, strength and understanding to those who deal with problems with their parents. 

He has also mentored actors, actresses and film producers looking to build a great life in entertainment. 

I enjoy seeing breakthroughts with people and being able to help them transform their lives for the better. Often times, happenings in life is just energy we are misusing, and once we get them focused on healthier uses of that energy, their lives change 100%!! It is really rewarding knowing generations can change for the better because of this knowledge. 

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Van Nuys, CA 91406
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5 Reviews

5.0

  • Jacob Zamora

    He helped me see my true potential in life when I wasn’t really doing much. This guy is a great person, friend, and mentor. Meeting him really changed my life.

  • A.J. Joshua

    He is a very positive guy! Good vibes all the time!!

  • Nancy Gerardo

    My son is incredibly knowledgable about the mind, and he’s helped me change mine the past three years. Yes he’s taught me everything starts in the mind and that’s the beginning for all success and happiness.

  • Richard P.

    Shaun is very intelligent and connects emotionally. He’s educated and a consummate professional


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Depending on what type of session they book, I go at their pace with what information they are open to talk about. 

We break them down and have them start over with things like their health troubles, their financial troubles, issues with their parents, and anything else that is creating stress in their body. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

5 years working with At-Risk youth in California.

10 Years in management/Executive level management.

Coached two teenage clients to six figure incomes and optimal health. Not only are they strong and healthy, but their family’s reap the benefits of their hard work through the systems we gave them. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

We go by $75/hr (negotiable) and add additional $30 for travel, if needed. 

Consecutive sessions that are purchased can bring the price down.


How did you get started teaching?

After I started my charity Aim 360, I saw how rewarding it was to help people change their lives with the knowledge I’ve learned from numerous books and high level mentors through the years. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with children of celebrities,

At-Risk youth, individuals going through mid-life crises, older individuals looking to refocus and get their health back on track, and teenagers who were homeless due to a very Troubled upbringing.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

We held a charity event in August 2018 for Spring Valley high school, which helped a lot of kids get perspective on their life choices and goals for the future, it was extremely rewarding and I was able to take a lot of my celebrity friends to the event.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Go into things with an open mind, and ability to listen fully, because often times with a trained professional the tools are there, but as people we often don’t listen to them immediately because of our egos. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Think about what you want to improve upon, what do you want to learn and where do you want to go in your life. 

Im surrounded by a lot of great mentors and people in very high places and the tools and knowledge we have access to can transcend generations. 


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