Pick Your Stuart, FL Mental Health Professional

From therapists and counselors to psychiatrists, our caring, highly-trained mental health professionals are available from our conveniently located Stuart, Florida, office.

It’s easy to book an appointment with us. Simply pick your provider from the list below. Then, call or click on “get started” to submit a request.

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iMind Therapy Providers in Stuart, FL

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Jordyn Knott

Lead Therapist

As a Master’s level Therapist, Jordyn’s greatest passion is empowering others to transform and improve their lives. She obtained her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University in 2021. Jordyn utilizes her undergraduate degree in Human Services and Addiction Studies from Indian River State College to provide a collaborate approach to therapy. Jordyn brings five years of experience in the dual diagnosis field to her practice, as well as her prior work as a behavioral health tech and intake coordinator. With her wide variety of experience working in the field of mental health, Jordyn is utilizing her vast skill set to provide a well-rounded therapeutic environment to her clients.

Emily Neff

Primary Therapist

Emily is a master’s-level therapist with experience working with children, teens, and adults. She has helped clients manage a wide range of concerns, from life adjustments to complex trauma. Emily fosters a warm, collaborative environment for her clients and uses a person-centered approach to treatment. She incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT), art therapy, and other evidenced-based techniques into her sessions.  Originally from New York, Emily graduated from the University of Central Florida with a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has worked as a crisis therapist and holds a graduate certification in career counseling. Her main goal is to guide her clients toward reaching their goals via self-exploration and continuous healing.

Emily Neff, therapist in Stuart, FL, Florida, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Bobbie Geffrand

Primary Therapist

Bobbie Geffrand is a dedicated mental health counselor committed to equipping and empowering others to live life to its fullest potential. Bobbie enjoys living in sunny Florida and is passionate about family, faith, fitness, and the arts. Bobbie obtained a masters in Mental Health Counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2013. She particularly focuses on helping women overcome emotional neglect and issues stemming from childhood. Her approach involves providing assertiveness training, facilitating the creation of positive boundaries, enhancing communication and conflict resolution skills, and nurturing an environment to improve confidence and self-esteem. Bobbie believes that, with hope and humor, healing can be enjoyable. Her holistic approach extends to all those seeking to integrate their Christian faith into their counseling journey.

Brandee Powers

Primary Therapist

As a Master’s level therapist, Brandee’s greatest passion is empowering individuals to be the best version of themselves. She strives to help others find their inner voice and live the life they choose. Brandee earned a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, an MBA, and a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Brandee has experience working with children as well as adults. She offers dialectal behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution focused therapy, and play therapy to her clients.

Yolanda Pawielski, therapist, Stuart, Florida, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Yolonda Pawielski, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Are you feeling like you are unable to cope? Do you feel that you have challenges that prevent you from living a fulfilling life? Therapy can allow you to be seen and heard. If you are plagued by feelings that you are not good enough, you don’t matter, or that you make terrible choices, then EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) can help. Depression, loneliness, guilt, and anxiety are byproducts of unresolved trauma that can be processed through EMDR therapy.

As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with a Ph.D. in Education, Yolonda specializes in EMDR. Yolonda is an EMDRIA-approved EMDR therapist who primarily focuses on adults. EMDR is an evidence-based and fast-acting method of treatment for several common mental health ailments resulting from feelings driven by unconscious beliefs or cognitions developed in childhood trauma or adversity.

Yolonda received her MA in counseling from Liberty University in Virginia. She is genuine and motivating, committed to the therapeutic relationship, and devoted to helping those in need. She has experience treating addictions, co-occurring disorders, PTSD, trauma, behavioral and process disorders. Her education and counseling experience has consisted of working with diverse backgrounds which has provided her with a deeper understanding and awareness of differences among individuals. She strives to empower and improve others’ outlook and quality of life.

Maggie, therapist, Stuart, FL, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Maggie Votteler, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Maggie has lived in South Florida for over 20 years and has been working in the mental health and substance use fields for over 10 of those years.  She’s been a licensed mental health counselor since 2018 and has worked in a variety of settings to provide leadership and therapeutic support. Maggie has experience working with the population of eighteen and older. Her approach to treatment is highly individualistic and collaborative. Drawing on principles of mindfulness, CBT, DBT, and the biological underpinnings of symptoms of mental health and substance use, she helps her clients understand their experience in a new way. 

Audrea Audi” Moore, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Audrea is called “Audi” by everyone who knows her. She is a Florida native who grew up in South Florida. Audi earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 1989 and a master’s in counseling in 1995 from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. She has been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor since 2005.

Her clinical journey has included working with many ages and populations. She has worked with children and families in the foster care system and in community counseling. She has also worked with adults in a hospital-based psychiatric unit. Her graduate training is in gerontology and she enjoys working with older adults.

Audi is completing her doctorate in trauma counseling at Liberty University. She specializes in trauma, anxiety, depression, life changes, chronic mental health, chronic pain, grief and loss. She has a passion for helping others and works with clients of all ages. Audi is a Christian counselor, but she respects clients of all faiths.

She enjoys traveling, jet skiing, the beach, spending time with family, and playing with her three female dachshunds. Audi looks forward to helping you on your therapeutic journey.

Audi Moore licensed mental health counselor, Stuart, FL, iMind Mental Health Solutions

iMind Psychiatric Providers in Stuart, FL

Natalie Jagarnauth, psychiatric nurse practitioner, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Natalie Jagarnauth, Psychiatric NP

Psychiatric Provider

Natalie is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner who has over 7 years of experience working in medial field. She has extensive training in major depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and psychotic disorders. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University in Miramar Florida. She is has her own practice in New York and is affiliated with healthcare practices in Miami, Ft Lauderdale and Stuart. She is in partnership with the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry and NAMI. With her expertise in both medication management and psychotherapy, she creates individualized treatment plans. Her beliefs are “We are not defined by our past, but by our potential” – Ravi Zachariah

Kenesha Ricketts, APRN

Psychiatric Provider

Kenesha earned a Master’s of Science in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing from St. Thomas University. She comes to iMind after serving as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at the Jessie Trice Community Center in Hialeah, Florida, where her caring, compassionate manner was much appreciated by her patients. Kenesha is available in both the Stuart and Port St. Lucie iMind locations.

iMind Therapy Providers

Jordyn-Knott-therapist-port-st-lucie

Jordyn Knott

Lead Therapist

As a Master’s level Therapist, Jordyn’s greatest passion is empowering others to transform and improve their lives. She obtained her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University in 2021. Jordyn utilizes her undergraduate degree in Human Services and Addiction Studies from Indian River State College to provide a collaborate approach to therapy. Jordyn brings five years of experience in the dual diagnosis field to her practice, as well as her prior work as a behavioral health tech and intake coordinator. With her wide variety of experience working in the field of mental health, Jordyn is utilizing her vast skill set to provide a well-rounded therapeutic environment to her clients.

Emily Neff, therapist in Stuart, FL, Florida, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Emily Neff

Primary Therapist

Emily is a master’s-level therapist with experience working with children, teens, and adults. She has helped clients manage a wide range of concerns, from life adjustments to complex trauma. Emily fosters a warm, collaborative environment for her clients and uses a person-centered approach to treatment. She incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT), art therapy, and other evidenced-based techniques into her sessions.  Originally from New York, Emily graduated from the University of Central Florida with a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has worked as a crisis therapist and holds a graduate certification in career counseling. Her main goal is to guide her clients toward reaching their goals via self-exploration and continuous healing.

Bobbie-Geffrand-therapist-Stuart-Florida-FL-iMind-Mental-Health-Solutions

Bobbie Geffrand

Primary Therapist

Bobbie Geffrand is a dedicated mental health counselor committed to equipping and empowering others to live life to its fullest potential. Bobbie enjoys living in sunny Florida and is passionate about family, faith, fitness, and the arts. Bobbie obtained a masters in Mental Health Counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2013. She particularly focuses on helping women overcome emotional neglect and issues stemming form childhood. Her approach involves providing assertiveness training, facilitating the creation of positive boundaries, enhancing communication and conflict resolution skills, and nurturing an environment to improve confidence and self-esteem. Bobbie believes that, with hope and humor, healing can be enjoyable. Her holistic approach extends to all those seeking to integrate their Christian faith into their counseling journey.

Brandee-Powers-therapist-Stuart-Florida-iMind-Mental-Health-Solution

Brandee Powers

Primary Therapist

As a Master’s level therapist, Brandee’s greatest passion is empowering individuals to be the best version of themselves. She strives to help others find their inner voice and live the life they choose. Brandee earned a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, an MBA, and a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Brandee has experience working with children as well as adults. She offers dialectal behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution focused therapy, and play therapy to her clients.

Yolanda Pawielski, therapist, Stuart, Florida, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Yolonda Pawielski, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Are you feeling like you are unable to cope? Do you feel that you have challenges that prevent you from living a fulfilling life? Therapy can allow you to be seen and heard. If you are plagued by feelings that you are not good enough, you don’t matter, or that you make terrible choices, then EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) can help. Depression, loneliness, guilt, and anxiety are byproducts of unresolved trauma that can be processed through EMDR therapy.

As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with a Ph.D. in Education, Yolonda specializes in EMDR. Yolonda is an EMDRIA-approved EMDR therapist who primarily focuses on adults. EMDR is an evidence-based and fast-acting method of treatment for several common mental health ailments resulting from feelings driven by unconscious beliefs or cognitions developed in childhood trauma or adversity.

Yolonda received her MA in counseling from Liberty University in Virginia. She is genuine and motivating, committed to the therapeutic relationship, and devoted to helping those in need. She has experience treating addictions, co-occurring disorders, PTSD, trauma, behavioral and process disorders. Her education and counseling experience has consisted of working with diverse backgrounds which has provided her with a deeper understanding and awareness of differences among individuals. She strives to empower and improve others’ outlook and quality of life.

Maggie, therapist, Stuart, FL, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Maggie Votteler, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Maggie has lived in South Florida for over 20 years and has been working in the mental health and substance use fields for over 10 of those years.  She’s been a licensed mental health counselor since 2018 and has worked in a variety of settings to provide leadership and therapeutic support. Maggie has experience working with the population of eighteen and older. Her approach to treatment is highly individualistic and collaborative. Drawing on principles of mindfulness, CBT, DBT, and the biological underpinnings of symptoms of mental health and substance use, she helps her clients understand their experience in a new way. 

Audi Moore licensed mental health counselor, Stuart, FL, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Audrea “Audi” Moore, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Audrea is called “Audi” by everyone who knows her. She is a Florida native who grew up in South Florida. Audi earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 1989 and a master’s in counseling in 1995 from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. She has been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor since 2005.

Her clinical journey has included working with many ages and populations. She has worked with children and families in the foster care system and in community counseling. She has also worked with adults in a hospital-based psychiatric unit. Her graduate training is in gerontology and she enjoys working with older adults.

Audi is completing her doctorate in trauma counseling at Liberty University. She specializes in trauma, anxiety, depression, life changes, chronic mental health, chronic pain, grief and loss. She has a passion for helping others and works with clients of all ages. Audi is a Christian counselor, but she respects clients of all faiths.

She enjoys traveling, jet skiing, the beach, spending time with family, and playing with her three female dachshunds. Audi looks forward to helping you on your therapeutic journey.

iMind Psychiatric Providers

Natalie Jagarnauth, psychiatric nurse practitioner, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Natalie Jagarnauth, Psychiatric NP

Psychiatric Provider

Natalie is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner who has over 7 years of experience working in medial field. She has extensive training in major depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and psychotic disorders. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University in Miramar Florida. She is has her own practice in New York and is affiliated with healthcare practices in Miami, Ft Lauderdale and Stuart. She is in partnership with the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry and NAMI. With her expertise in both medication management and psychotherapy, she creates individualized treatment plans. Her beliefs are “We are not defined by our past, but by our potential” – Ravi Zachariah

Kenesha-Ricketts, psychiatry nurse practitioner, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Kenesha Ricketts, APRN

Psychiatric Provider

Kenesha earned a Master’s of Science in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing from St. Thomas University. She comes to iMind after serving as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at the Jessie Trice Community Center in Hialeah, Florida, where her caring, compassionate manner was much appreciated by her patients. Kenesha is available in both the Stuart and Port St. Lucie iMind locations.

Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of mental health conditions.

Services

We provide brain-based treatments and counseling.

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