Jeannette Sandoval

Board of Directors

Jeannette (she/her/hers) is a Mental Health & Wellness professional in Los Angeles, California. She has her psychotherapy private practice where she works with families, couples and individuals. In addition, Jeannette currates psychoeducational training for staff development & wellness for organizations. She also works with K-12 schools to support the Mental Health of kids in the education sector.

Jeannette is a member of the Mental Health Consortium for Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano. Jeannette received her BA in Psychology and Communications from California State University, Los Angeles. She has her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Oaks, in Pasadena California.

Jeannette has been featured on a number of media outlets, including ABC and iHeart radio, where she highlights the importance of Mental Health. Before working in Mental Health she worked in the television industry. She has been both a producer and show host for a number of networks and media outlets, including KTTV FOX 11, Style Network, and Sports Illustrated. She was also a long-term host of a nationally syndicated show on ABC. During her time in television Jeannette had been struggling with her own physical condition and became a patient of Heather Jeffcoat. It is then that she discovered how powerful it can be to combine mind and body modalities through psychotherapy and physical therapy.

It was through the healing journey that Jeannette recognized an undeniable draw toward Psychology. She decided to pursue a professional path that would allow her to contribute to the healing by becoming a Psychotherapist. Jeannette understands the hopelessness that a person can feel as they find their footing through treatment. She knows firsthand that physical therapy is a key aspect, and she is honored to be a founding board member of The Origin Fund.


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