Idil Mohamed

Idil is the founder of Healing Path Wellness Services PA and owns several other business in the state of Minnesota. Idil has an education background in Child Development. She has worked with children and vulnerable adults from diverse populations for five years. Idil started her career as an Interpreter for hospitals, clinics and mental health facility. Idil brings a personal approach to therapy in order to meet the clients where they are at.

Idman Mohamed

Idman is co-founder of Healing Path Wellness Services PA. Idman holds a Master of Arts degree in Public Safety Administration from St. Mary's University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University in Criminal Justice and Political Science.

She has worked as a Director at a licensed Montessori and Adult Day Center. Idman provides consultation services to licensed child care and adult day centers throughout the state of Minnesota. Prior to working as a Director, Idman has worked with students at Johnson High School who have been identified as at-risk for high school dropout and those in need of intervention. She has experience working with low-income families and helped families become positive contributors to their school and communities. Idman also has experience working in the mental health field, working with clients with a wide range of concerns, including anxiety disorders, relationship issues, schizophrenia and substance abuse.

Sulekha Ibrahim

Sulekha is the co-founder of Healing Path Wellness Services PA. Sulekha obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Minnesota. She began her nursing profession working in a hospital setting with a specialty in Maternal/Postpartum and newborn care. Sulekha provides Child Care, Home Health Care and Adult Day Center Consultations throughout the State of Minnesota. She also used her public health nursing background in developing culturally appropriate programs and strengthening initiatives that serve vulnerable and immigrant populations. Sulekha’s priority areas of interest are mental health and improving disparities.