Mental Health Professionals

iMind Mental Health Solutions provides counseling, Spravato, TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation), and other neurotherapy services to Florida residents.

Mindful Health Services

We treat a variety of conditions, from depression to anxiety to grief, post-traumatic stress disorder, and more. Sessions are conducted in the office or by phone, computer, or tablet at a time that is convenient for you.

We also provide neurotherapy at our Port St. Lucie, Florida, headquarters. Using a range of techniques including brain mapping (qEEG), neurofeedback, TMS, and more, we help clients regain control over their minds and bodies.

Mindful Health Services

The iMind Mission

iMind Mental Health Solutions is founded on the principle that there is no health without mental health. There is no separation of mind and body; what affects one, affects the other. Therefore, good mental health is essential for life.

Moreover, anyone can face a mental health condition at some point. One out of every two people in the United States will be diagnosed with a mental health issue during their lifetime – one in five, in any given year.

Whether experiencing a crisis, struggling with issues such as job loss, grief, trauma, or simply feeling that things in life are just off-track, everyone needs extra support at times.

Our mission is to deliver individualized, effective, evidence-based mental health services, while collaborating with psychiatric and neurological treatments, to those who need them.

The iMind Vision

We envision a world where mental health services are destigmatized and readily available to everyone, regardless of age, background, or culture.

The iMind Team

Justin Baksh - Mindful Health services

Justin Baksh, LMHC, MCAP, BC-TMH

Chief Executive 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 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’s in Mental Health Counseling and is a licensed mental health counselor as well as a Board Certified TeleMental Health Provider (BC-TMH).

JoAnna VanVleet, DO, DFAPA

Medical Director, TMS & Spravato Programs Director

Dr. VanVleet is 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. 

Jennifer Sees, LCSW, OS, iMind Mental Health Solutions

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!

Elizabeth MacKenzie

Lead 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.

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Rocio Falcon-Paulin, office manager, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Rocio Falcon-Paulin

Office Manager

Rocio serves as Office Manager for iMind Mental Health Solutions. She ensures that each client receives the highest quality of care and service. Rocio received her Bachelor of Science in Human Services, specializing in Youth and Family Studies, in 2019. As she continues to grow her career, she identifies her core desire for helping others, fueling her willingness to expand her knowledge on techniques and treatments that provide for those who are currently struggling with mental health disorders.

The iMind Team

Justin Baksh - Mindful Health services

Justin Baksh, LMHC, MCAP, BC-TMH

Chief Executive 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 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’s in Mental Health Counseling, is a licensed mental health counselor and a Board Certified TeleMental Health Provider.

Dr Joanna VanVleet TMS transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy Port St Lucie Florida

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

Medical Director

Dr. VanVleet is 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. Read More

Jennifer Sees, LCSW, OS, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Jennifer Sees

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!

Elizabeth-McKenzie-therapist-counseling-Port St Lucie-FL

Elizabeth MacKenzie

Lead 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.

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.

Rocio Falcon-Paulin, office manager, iMind Mental Health Solutions

Rocio Falcon-Paulin

Office Manager

Rocio serves as Office Manager for iMind Mental Health Solutions. She ensures that clients receive the highest quality care and service. Rocio received her Bachelor of Science in Human Services, specializing in Youth and Family Studies, in 2019. As she continues to grow her career, she identifies her core desire for helping others, fueling her willingness to expand her knowledge on techniques and treatments that provide for those who are currently struggling with mental health disorders.

Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of mental health conditions.

Services

We provide brain-based treatments and counseling.

Get Started Now

Simply call or email us for an appointment.

Mental Health Resources

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    How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program

    Feeling overwhelmed by stress at work? Worried about juggling life’s demands? You’re not alone. If your workplace has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), it may be able to help. Think of it as your confidential support system – a dedicated resource ready to help you navigate any challenge, big or small.

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  • Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?
    Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?

    Yes, under the FMLA, eligible employees can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year to address qualifying family-related or health issues – including mental health ones – without the fear of losing their jobs. Here are the general eligibility criteria for both employees and employers…

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  • What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?
    What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?

    Mental health is a complex part of our wellbeing, deeply personal and uniquely challenging for each one of us. When it comes to mental illnesses, there is no one-size-fits-all. Each condition brings its own set of obstacles and experiences. When we ask, “What is the hardest mental illness to have?” the answer is far from…

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  • How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program

    How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program

    Feeling overwhelmed by stress at work? Worried about juggling life’s demands? You’re not alone. If your workplace has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), it may be able to help. Think of it as your confidential support system – a dedicated resource ready to help you navigate any challenge, big or small.

    Read More

  • Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?

    Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?

    Yes, under the FMLA, eligible employees can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year to address qualifying family-related or health issues – including mental health ones – without the fear of losing their jobs. Here are the general eligibility criteria for both employees and employers…

    Read More

  • What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?

    What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?

    Mental health is a complex part of our wellbeing, deeply personal and uniquely challenging for each one of us. When it comes to mental illnesses, there is no one-size-fits-all. Each condition brings its own set of obstacles and experiences. When we ask, “What is the hardest mental illness to have?” the answer is far from…

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Latest News

  • Inside the Life of Someone with OCD
    Inside the Life of Someone with OCD

    Emily wakes up to the sound of her alarm at 6:00 AM. Before she can leave her bed, she engages in a series of mental checks: confirming the safety of her environment, ensuring that no harm will come to her loved ones, and repeating a specific phrase in her mind that she believes will keep…

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  • First Mother’s Day Without Mom: How to Cope
    First Mother’s Day Without Mom: How to Cope

    Grief is a unique and solitary journey that reshapes our world in ways we cannot anticipate until we experience it ourselves. Those mourning the loss of a mother probably already understand the individual and often isolating path of grief, as the person who has traditionally been a source of comfort is no longer there to…

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  • Are We Overusing the Term Passive Aggressive?
    Are We Overusing the Term Passive Aggressive?

    Sometimes people might label behavior as passive-aggressive when it’s actually just indirect communication or avoidance of confrontation. Overusing the term can dilute its meaning and make it less effective in addressing genuinely passive-aggressive behavior.

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