Leaders


Tracy S. Ramos, 

LMHC

LMHC Clinical Director/Owner

(321) 299-9415

As a therapist, I feel it is important for a client to feel safe, understood, heard clearly, and validated. I believe when a client has increased awareness about self, relationships, and life, that is when positive changes occur. 

Michael H. Veal, BS, MBA

Executive Director/Owner

(321) 299-9415

Michael H. Veal is a Certified Case Manager. He received his Bachelors in Applied Behavioral Science from National Louis University in Illinois and his Masters in Business Administration from Webster University. 

Juanita Carbajal, BA

Marketing & Community Relations

(321) 299-9415

Juanita C. is the Marketing and 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 . 

NOW HIRING 

Interested in joining the PBS team? Now currently hiring community Mental Health Counselors in Brevard, Seminole and Volusia county. Also, in search of passionate PSR Specialists in Seminole, Osceola, and Volusia Counties.

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Counselors 


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. 

Marissa Mannetta, 

MS

Licensed Mental Health Counselor 

I believe that making the change you desire in your life is possible. I know it's not easy, especially if you are suffering from anxiety, depression, a disintegration of your relationship, or a loss of who you are.

Grace J. Marin,

 LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor 

As a counselor, I feel bringing a nurturing and non-judgmental approach when working with different situations and encouraging strength and personal growth is important for therapeutic relationships.

Aaron Hawkins, 

MSW

Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

As a strength-based therapist, I believe change begins with a therapeutic relationship, a relationship between the therapist and the client. My goal in therapy is to help each client meet their personal goals.

Georges Bossous, MS

Registered Mental Health Intern

Mr. Georges BOSSOUS, JR. is a Ph.D. candidate in Public Health. He is a graduate of Barry University with a Master’s of Science degree in Psychology. He went through a 3-year-specialization (post graduate) in “Infant Mental Health” at the “Institute for Child and Family Health, Inc., formerly known as the “Children Psychiatric Center.”