"Helping People Achieve positive outcomes"
Tracy S. Ramos,
LMHC Clinical Director/Owner
Tracy R. is our agency Clinical Supervisor and Co-owner of PBS. He has over 10 years of experience working in the Mental Health field. His experience as a Qualified State Supervisor and as Licensed Mental Health Clinician has allowed him to share his expertise with staff and peers. His drive and passion for helping others has inspired the growth of PBS.
Juanita Carbajal, BA
Community Relations & Marketing
Juanita C. is the Community Relations liaison, with a Bachelors in Sociology and Psychology from the University of Florida. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Health to help broaden her leadership skills in the healthcare field and assisting populations gaining access to care .
Marissa Mannetta, MS
Marissa M. is our PBS Clinical Manager, she oversees our Mental Health and PSR program by providing guidance, training, and her clinical expertise to our staff and providers. She is your best point of contact for any concerns with our services or personal grievances concerning treatment that need to get addressed to ensure quality services.
Kimberly Vagelakos, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. For the past 10 years, I have been working closely with children and families as well as with clients of all ages to address depression, anxiety, trauma and related issues.
I believe in a strength-based approach to growth, with the desire to develop goals together that will lead you on a path to become a happier and healthier individual.
Carol Roberts, MS
Registered Mental Health Intern
My specialty is working with children and families that are experiencing stress, anxiety, trauma, and any related issues. I have an extensive background working with Christian populations and diverse communities. Most of my field experience involved providing services in the community, working with youth or post adoption families, and guiding individuals with any traumatic life stresses that may have hindered their mental well-being”