For Tweens, Teens & Adults
Suicide prevention. Freedom from alcoholism, domestic violence and other effects of mental illness.
We live in an equal human rights world where all people are valued and championed.
Our mission is to empower teens to believe in themselves, overcome adversities, elevate and achieve their career ambitions with mental health and happiness.
For Teens Who Feel Invisible
I AM Who I Say I AM awakens a teen’s voice. See me. Hear me. I exist. I matter. I AM valuable. Jennifer Cimaglia, MS, MFT
A biologically embedded depression may be regulated for greater well-being. Robin Zender MA Research Manager, Clinical and Translational Science, UCI, Irvine, California.
Achieving career goals by overcoming self-doubt and self-criticism.
I AM Who I Say I AM is a mental health-based program contained in the 64-page My Discovery Journal workbook. It empowers teens to control their self-talk and overcome the tyranny of self-doubt and self-criticism.
I AM Who I Say I AM provides desperately needed messages for teens who feel invisible. The My Discovery Journal is magnetic to awaken their inner voices: Yes! I AM. See me. Hear me. Feel me. I exist. I matter. I AM valuable.
Jennifer Cimaglia MS, MFT
While people of all ages will benefit greatly, I am enthused about empowering our children to avert the psychological difficulties that plague many adults.
Dr. Ruth Stafford Clinical Psychologist
Teens: Arresting the Bully Within
The I AM Who I Say I AM program empowers teens to prevent bullying with the critical thinking skills to cope with the pressures of life and school.
About Mischa Martineau
Mischa Martineau is the embodiment of I AM Who I Say I AM for mental health and happiness; overcoming alcoholism, clinical depression, homelessness and domestic violence.
I AM Who I Say I AM for professionals
Mischa Martineau delivered a guest keynote for graduate students in the Masters of Psychology program, Chicago School of Psychology, Irvine, California.