Pick Your Provider in Port St. Lucie, Florida

Our caring, highly-trained mental health professionals are available to Florida residents.

It’s easy to book an appointment with our Port St. Lucie office. 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

Justin Baksh, licensed mental health counselor, therapist

Justin Baksh, LMHC, BC-TMH, MCAP

Chief Clinical Officer

Justin’s desire to help others struggling with mental health issues led him to pursue a career in counseling after completing his service in the United States Marine Corps. Today, he has over a decade of successful experience as a counselor, both in private practice and as the Chief Clinical Officer at iMind Mental Health Solutions. His experience working with a wide variety of mental health conditions has developed his empathetic, down-to-earth style. His expertise has been called upon for numerous speaking engagements and he is frequently quoted in the media, including prestigious sites such as Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, Bustle, Rewire and Healthline. Justin holds a Master of Science, Mental Health Counseling and is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), a Board Certified-TeleMental health provider (BC-TMH), and a certified master’s level addiction professional (MCAP).

Jennifer Sees, LCSW, QS

Clinical Director

A native of sunny Stuart, Florida, Jenny has eight years of mental health experience. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Florida and Masters in Social Work from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Jenny has developed a true passion for working with clients to improve their mental health. Jenny believes that there is no “one size fits all” approach to mental health. Her goal is to meet clients where they are and understand where they are coming from. Together, she can work through their situation and set goals to spark change in their lives. With each client, she strives to uncover core issues through a variety of counseling interventions in combination with her sense of humor and optimism. Jenny is a Qualified Provider for Cognitive Processing Therapy, specializing in PTSD treatment, a Qualified Supervisor for the State of Florida, and is also licensed in the state of Delaware. In her spare time, Jenny enjoys spending quality time with her family and dog outside in the Florida sun!

Jennifer Sees, LCSW, OS, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Elizabeth MacKenzie

Lead Therapist, Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner

As a master’s level therapist, Elizabeth’s greatest passion is empowering others to never stop learning as they continue to evolve in their life. Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Fort Hays State University, Kansas. She also earned two master’s degrees from Nova Southeastern University: a Master’s in Forensic Psychology and a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. Elizabeth is a certified parent trainer who works with parents and their children who are struggling with behavioral problems. Elizabeth specializes in Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and other behavioral disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder. In addition, Elizabeth also treats adults and families who are dealing with various mental health, family, and relationship issues.

Tara McDonald

Primary Therapist

Tara is a therapist who follows a humanistic approach to therapy. She has experience working in the fields of mental health and substance use. She utilizes a non-judgmental, positive approach that helps her clients obtain success in the areas they are looking to improve.

Her passion is helping people of various backgrounds, ethnicities, and walks of life improve upon their current situations. She enjoys helping others through the transitional phases of their lives. Her overall goal is to help clients find the solutions to their problems, both big and small. 

Jackie Nalley, LMHC

Primary Therapist

As a clinician, it is important to Jackie that she meet each of her clients where they are so that they are comfortable doing what is needed to meet their goals. She understands that seeking therapy can be difficult and awkward and she helps ease clients through the process at a pace that is productive and meaningful, where they also feel understood, listened to, and validated. In therapy, Jackie brings her empathy, genuineness, compassion, down-to-earth style and knowledge to help lead clients through their therapeutic journey. She has experience with all ages as well as a variety of issues and concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, grief and loss, anger, ADHD, and more. She uses an array of techniques such as CBT, Person-Centered, Solution-Focused, and Reality Therapy to assist clients in finding the answers they are seeking and leading a more happy, healthy, and fulfilling life.

Jennifer Castillo

Primary Therapist

Jennifer Castillo provides psychotherapeutic services. Jennifer received her Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Human Services Generalist in 2021 from Indian River State College and continued her education as an MSW at the University of Central Florida. Jennifer is able to meet her clients where they are in life and provide care to seek new tools for success. Her approach allows her clients to explore their obstacles in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment. Her goal is to provide clients with the skills, tools, and knowledge to create the lives they have always dreamed of living and that her client’s personal goals are adequately met. Jennifer helps her clients identify goals and uncover barriers and self-limiting beliefs that stand in the way the healing process. She firmly believes in the power of mindfulness, meditation, journaling, movement, breathing techniques, and other self-care practices that reduce overall stress and mental health disturbances in one’s life. Jennifer is highly skilled in working with diverse people of all backgrounds. Jennifer is also a certified neurofeedback provider providing services with the Interactive Metronome. The Interactive Metronome is an evidenced based modality used to assist children treat/improve cognitive functioning.

Jessica Thompson

Primary Therapist

Jessica obtained her master’s degree in social work at the University of Central Florida and has previous experience working in a residential mental health and substance use facility. After experiencing pain and loss in her own life, she knew her life calling was to help others walk through life’s most complicated issues, while instilling hope that joy and beauty can be found along their journey. In her non-directive therapeutic approach, Jessica creates a safe space for individuals and couples to express themselves without reproach and she empowers her clients to believe that they have the answers they need within themselves. Jessica utilizes evidenced-based modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused, Narrative Therapy, and Client-Centered Therapy in her sessions and provides each client with the tools they need to reach their fullest potential. She doesn’t believe in fixing broken people, but in helping hurting people heal.   

Lucia Stanfield, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Lucia Stanfield is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Qualified Supervisor credential. She has almost two decades of experience working with a diverse clientele and treating a variety of mental health conditions. Lucia obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University. Lucia furthered her education at Palm Beach Atlantic University, where she received her Master’s in Science in Counseling Psychology, with a focus on Mental Health. She is also trained in CAMSCare, which is an evidence-based advanced approach to suicide prevention. Lucia has extensive experience working as a clinician and in leadership positions. Lucia’s experience has included working with children and families in the social services system, personality disorders, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD and psychotic disorders. Lucia has a passion to collaboratively work together with her clients to find hope and healing.

Sharon Roth

Primary Therapist

Sharon Roth is a Master’s-level counselor who draws inspiration from neuroscience and believes in the potential for growth and transformation within each individual. With a holistic approach to healing, Sharon creates a nurturing environment and equips individuals with the necessary tools to navigate life’s challenges.

Using techniques such as EMDR, Ego State Parts, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), EMDR, Emotion-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Sharon offers therapy services to adult individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, and various mental health concerns.

Sharon holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and graduated with a double major in Psychology and Fine Art from the University of Hawaii during her undergraduate studies. Leveraging her background in art, Sharon employs creative approaches that complement her counseling methods, enhancing the therapeutic experience.

Darcia Belizaire, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Welcome, I’m Darcia! I help advocate for individuals to strive, overcome, and grow into the person or life they need or want no matter what their circumstances are through authenticity, transparency, and connection. You deserve a place where you can feel important and safe. Through therapy with me you can expect to experience just that and guidance to due so throughout your life. I can see your strength through reading this, and let’s carry that strength through together!

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Marla Flores

Primary Therapist

My greatest passion is helping individuals rediscover who they are and prove to themselves that their past does not define who they are and will be. I have obtained my Human Service Degree from Indian River State College and have worked as an advocate for survivors of domestic violence, empowering victims to become survivors, for two years. In addition to iMind Mental Health Solutions, I also work for the Florida Department of Corrections, preparing individuals for re-entry by providing programming for productive learning, positively transforming behaviors, and teaching prosocial skills that assist with reintegration into communities. I am also working toward obtaining my Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Nova Southeastern University.

Yolonda Pawielski

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.

iMind Psychiatric Providers

JoAnna VanVleet, D.O., D.F.A.P.A.

Medical Director, TMS & Spravato Programs Director

Dr. JoAnna VanVleet heads our transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy program. For new and redetermination appointments, please book your appointment with Dr. VanVleet. She is a Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a Distinguished Fellow with the American Psychiatric Association. She attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, before moving to Florida, subsequently graduating with a degree in Chemistry from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Dr. VanVleet graduated from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. VanVleet completed her four-year psychiatric internship and residency training through Henry Ford Behavioral Health System in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. VanVleet is the Medical Director for iMind Mental Health Solutions, an outpatient mental health care clinic offering the full spectrum of care, from therapy to psychiatry and breakthrough treatments such as transcranial magnetic stimulation and Spravato. Dr. VanVleet is a member of the American Psychiatric Association, the Florida Psychiatric Society, the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, American Society of Addiction Medicine, and American Medical Association.

Dr Joanna VanVleet, psychiatrist, port st lucie, stuart, florida, iMind Mental Health Solutions
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.

iMind Therapy Providers

Justin Baksh - Mindful Health services

Justin Baksh, LMHC, BC-TMH, MCAP

Chief Clinical Officer

Justin’s desire to help others struggling with mental health issues led him to pursue a career in counseling after completing his service in the United States Marine Corps. Today, he has over a decade of successful experience as a counselor, both in private practice and as the head of clinical operations at iMindful Mental Health Solutions. His experience working with a wide variety of mental health conditions has developed his empathetic, down-to-earth style. His expertise has been called upon for numerous speaking engagements and he is frequently quoted in the media, including prestigious sites such as Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, Bustle, Rewire and Healthline. Justin holds a Master of Science, Mental Health Counseling and is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), a Board Certified-TeleMental health provider (BC-TMH), and a certified master’s level addiction professional (MCAP).

Jennifer Sees, LCSW, QS

Clinical Director

A native of sunny Stuart, Florida, Jenny has eight years of mental health experience. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Florida and Masters in Social Work from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Jenny has developed a true passion for working with clients to improve their mental health. Jenny believes that there is no “one size fits all” approach to mental health. Her goal is to meet clients where they are and understand where they are coming from. Together, she can work through their situation and set goals to spark change in their lives. With each client, she strives to uncover core issues through a variety of counseling interventions in combination with her sense of humor and optimism. Jenny is a Qualified Provider for Cognitive Processing Therapy, specializing in PTSD treatment, a Qualified Supervisor for the State of Florida, and is also licensed in the state of Delaware. In her spare time, Jenny enjoys spending quality time with her family and dog outside in the Florida sun!

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Elizabeth MacKenzie

Primary Therapist

As a master’s level therapist, Elizabeth’s greatest passion is empowering others to never stop learning as they continue to evolve in their life. Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Fort Hays State University, Kansas. She also earned two master’s degrees from Nova Southeastern University: a Master’s in Forensic Psychology and a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. Elizabeth is a certified parent trainer who works with parents and their children who are struggling with behavioral problems. Elizabeth specializes in Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and other behavioral disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder. In addition, Elizabeth also treats adults and families who are dealing with various mental health, family, and relationship issues.

Jennifer Castillo, iMind Mental Health Solutions Therapist

Jennifer Castillo

Primary Therapist

Jennifer Castillo provides psychotherapeutic services. Jennifer received her Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Human Services Generalist in 2021 from Indian River State College and continued her education as an MSW at the University of Central Florida. Jennifer is able to meet her clients where they are in life and provide care to seek new tools for success. Her approach allows her clients to explore their obstacles in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment. Her goal is to provide clients with the skills, tools, and knowledge to create the lives they have always dreamed of living and that her client’s personal goals are adequately met. Jennifer helps her clients identify goals and uncover barriers and self-limiting beliefs that stand in the way the healing process. She firmly believes in the power of mindfulness, meditation, journaling, movement, breathing techniques, and other self-care practices that reduce overall stress and mental health disturbances in one’s life. Jennifer is highly skilled in working with diverse people of all backgrounds. Jennifer is also a certified neurofeedback provider providing services with the Interactive Metronome. The Interactive Metronome is an evidenced based modality used to assist children treat/improve cognitive functioning.

Marla Flores

Primary Therapist

My greatest passion is helping individuals rediscover who they are and prove to themselves that their past does not define who they are and will be. I have obtained my Human Service Degree from Indian River State College and have worked as an advocate for survivors of domestic violence, empowering victims to become survivors, for two years. In addition to iMind Mental Health Solutions, I also work for the Florida Department of Corrections, preparing individuals for re-entry by providing programming for productive learning, positively transforming behaviors, and teaching prosocial skills that assist with reintegration into communities. I am also working toward obtaining my Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Nova Southeastern University.

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Tara MacDonald

Primary Therapist

Tara is a therapist who follows a humanistic approach to therapy. She has experience working in the fields of mental health and substance use. She utilizes a non-judgmental, positive approach that helps her clients obtain success in the areas they are looking to improve. Her passion is helping people of various backgrounds, ethnicities, and walks of life improve upon their current situations. She enjoys helping others through the transitional phases of their lives. Her overall goal is to help clients find the solutions to their problems, both big and small. 

Jessica Thompson, Primary Therapist, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Jessica Thompson

Primary Therapist

Jessica obtained her master’s degree in social work at the University of Central Florida and has previous experience working in a residential mental health and substance use facility. After experiencing pain and loss in her own life, she knew her life calling was to help others walk through life’s most complicated issues, while instilling hope that joy and beauty can be found along their journey. In her non-directive therapeutic approach, Jessica creates a safe space for individuals and couples to express themselves without reproach and she empowers her clients to believe that they have the answers they need within themselves. Jessica utilizes evidenced-based modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused, Narrative Therapy, and Client-Centered Therapy in her sessions and provides each client with the tools they need to reach their fullest potential. She doesn’t believe in fixing broken people, but in helping hurting people heal.   

Sharon Roth Primary Therapist iMind Mental Health Solutions Port St. Lucie

Sharon Roth

Primary Therapist

Sharon Roth is a Master’s-level counselor who draws inspiration from neuroscience and believes in the potential for growth and transformation within each individual. With a holistic approach to healing, Sharon creates a nurturing environment and equips individuals with the necessary tools to navigate life’s challenges.

Using techniques such as EMDR, Ego State Parts, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), EMDR, Emotion-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Sharon offers therapy services to adult individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, and various mental health concerns.

Sharon holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and graduated with a double major in Psychology and Fine Art from the University of Hawaii during her undergraduate studies. Leveraging her background in art, Sharon employs creative approaches that complement her counseling methods, enhancing the therapeutic experience.

Jackie Nally Primary Therapist iMind Mental Health Solutions

Jackie Nalley, LMHC

Primary Therapist

As a clinician, it is important to Jackie that she meet each of her clients where they are so that they are comfortable doing what is needed to meet their goals. She understands that seeking therapy can be difficult and awkward and she helps ease clients through the process at a pace that is productive and meaningful, where they also feel understood, listened to, and validated. In therapy, Jackie brings her empathy, genuineness, compassion, down-to-earth style and knowledge to help lead clients through their therapeutic journey. She has experience with all ages as well as a variety of issues and concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, grief and loss, anger, ADHD, and more. She uses an array of techniques such as CBT, Person-Centered, Solution-Focused, and Reality Therapy to assist clients in finding the answers they are seeking and leading a more happy, healthy, and fulfilling life.

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Darcia Belizaire, LMHC

Primary Therapist

Welcome, I’m Darcia! I help advocate for individuals to strive, overcome, and grow into the person or life they need or want no matter what their circumstances are through authenticity, transparency, and connection. You deserve a place where you can feel important and safe. Through therapy with me you can expect to experience just that and guidance to due so throughout your life. I can see your strength through reading this, and let’s carry that strength through together!

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

Yolonda Pawielski

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.

iMind Psychiatric Providers

Dr Joanna VanVleet, psychiatrist, port st lucie, stuart, florida, iMind Mental Health Solutions

JoAnna VanVleet, D.O., D.F.A.P.A.

Medical Director, TMS & Spravato Programs Director

Dr. JoAnna VanVleet heads our transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy program. For new and redetermination appointments, please book your appointment with Dr. VanVleet. She is a Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a Distinguished Fellow with the American Psychiatric Association. She attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, before moving to Florida, subsequently graduating with a degree in Chemistry from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Dr. VanVleet graduated from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. VanVleet completed her four-year psychiatric internship and residency training through Henry Ford Behavioral Health System in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. VanVleet is the Medical Director for iMind Mental Health Solutions, an outpatient mental health care clinic offering the full spectrum of care, from therapy to psychiatry and breakthrough treatments such as transcranial magnetic stimulation and Spravato. Dr. VanVleet is a member of the American Psychiatric Association, the Florida Psychiatric Society, the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, American Society of Addiction Medicine, and American Medical Association.

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.

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