Jon Goldblatt, LMHC, Psy.D

Chief Clinical Director

john goldblatt counseling staffThere are times in our life when we become overwhelmed and as a result, may experience anxiety when we think about these challenges. During these times we may want to seek assistance but feel apprehensive about taking that step. This apprehension is normal, but it is also important that you regain control of your life. It is my commitment to help you work through difficult periods of your life in a respectful and compassionate way. My vision is to provide a safe place where you can share your feelings without judgment. My philosophy is to work with you, as a team, and create an environment to challenge perceptions. I can help you recognize and utilize the strengths that are within you, and help you develop new skills to help cope more effectively with life challenges. My approach is integrative and collaborative, based on trust, respect, and compassion.

In order to start this process, I would like to share my experience. I am licensed as a Mental Health Counselor and graduate of Carlos Albizu University in Miami, Florida.  While at Carlos Albizu University, I earned a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling, a Master’s in psychology, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.  I have over 20 years of experience in treating children, adolescents and adults.  I offer individual, couples, group and family therapy sessions. Over the course of my educational and professional career, I have worked in a variety of settings ranging from eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. I have worked with clients on issues such as depression/mood disorders, anxiety disorders, stress management, men’s issues, self-esteem, behavioral problems, self-harm behaviors, parent skills training, relationship conflicts, substance abuse and more. My philosophy is to meet the needs of the individual with the overall goal of helping clients achieve a healthier and happy life. Whether you need support or guidance on your journey in life, I am here to work with you. If you are ready to take this journey, I look forward to working with you.

Nithchel Marcelin, PA-C

Director of Medical Services

Nithchel is a practicing Physician Associate for 19 years with experience in internal medicine and physical rehabilitation. For the last 10 years, her focus has been on addiction and psychiatry. She is certified by the National Commission of Certification of PAs. Nithchel graduated from Touro PA Program in 2002 in New York City, where she practiced until 2006, when she relocated to Florida. Nithchel is also a medical officer in the United States Army Reserve. In addition to the medical services she provides, she also oversees the nursing department. Her position puts her in a key role for collaboration between the Medical Director, herself as a provider, and the nursing staff in order to provide the most comprehensive care 24 hours a day.

Josie Rhoads, LCSW

Clinical Director

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Josie has a wide range of experience providing therapy, however, has a special interest in working with clients affected by anxiety, depression, and trauma. Josie’s natural compassion and collaborative approach allow for her client’s to feel safe to tackle some of life’s most difficult challenges. Josie believes that every person is capable and deserving of growth and healing.

Josie utilizes a specific therapeutic approach with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). EMDR is unique as it allows clients to resolve their emotional issues without having to “talk” through all the details. EMDR activates the brain’s natural healing abilities to reprocess past experiences that may be deeply rooted in the client’s current issues. Additionally, Josie is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an evidenced-based approach to treat children and adolescents with PTSD.

Josie earned her Master of Social work degree from Florida Atlantic University in 2012. She has worked with individuals and families affected by mental illness of all ages in private practice, outpatient and inpatient facilities as well as in substance abuse treatment centers. She is a Qualified Clinical Supervisor and has also taught Social work courses as an adjunct Professor at FAU.

Josie has gained leadership experience from previous opportunities since 2016 and continues to grow to expand her professional skills in pursuit of creating positive impact on the community.

Ashley Manasse, LMHC, CAP, ICADC

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Many people go through life with some level of trauma or abuse that they have sustained without even realizing that it plays detrimental role in development. Upon building my own level of cognitive awareness to work in this field, I have realized that I have always wanted to help others who might not be able to see their own full potential yet. Ashley has been practicing mental health counseling for the past several years and find therapy a truly useful tool for anyone who is struggling, whether it is a crisis or long-term issue.

As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Addictions Professional with international recognition, Ashley brings an array of experience and modalities when working with clients. Ashley completed her Master’s Degree in Mental Health and Wellness and her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology both at New York University.

The main goal is to help clients learn to love themselves and work through those stressors that impact daily life. Ashley has found that taking a holistic approach to therapy helps a great majority of clients that she sees, focusing not only on the inner health of the body but also the outer health.
Ashley has worked in many different arenas that include substance abuse, couples and families, crisis management, women’s issues, as well as the LGBTQ community.

A specialty that Ashley works with is with women who are postpartum. Not enough support is given to women during and after pregnancy and often confusing feelings can be overlooked or misdiagnosed. If you find yourself getting frustrated, having confusing and scary thoughts, feeling resentful, or even depressed, know that she will help you navigate these feelings.

Marina Livis, LCSW

marina livisMarina is passionate about the holistic approach to providing therapy and has experience doing so in a variety of settings. Her specialty is helping parents who have children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In addition, Marina is dedicated to working with individuals of all ages who suffering from anxiety and depression. Marina draws from both from her personal experiences and professional training by empowering people to reclaim their life through the use of holistic, evidence-based strategies for effective mood management. Marina believes that everyone has the capacity to live from a state of joy, and it is a matter of excavating the internal reservoir which is already inside them.

Marina earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University and completed graduate school at Rutgers University, where she received a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree. In addition, she completed health coach training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC, where she was trained in more than one hundred dietary theories and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods. What forms the foundation of Marina’s work, both as a coach and therapist, is Kundalini Yoga & Meditation. Marina has been dedicated to this practice for the past 20 years and completed a 200-hour Level I Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training. In addition, Marina is trained in Radiant Child Yoga® and Yoga for the Special Child®. She has been a certified children’s yoga teacher since 2007 and has incorporated various aspects of yoga in her therapy work with child and adult clients. Marina has worked with children as young as 3 using play therapy techniques, art and mindfulness practices and has extensive training in child centered play therapy.

As a dedicated student and life-long learner, Marina is currently pursuing a certification in heart centered hypnotherapy through the Wellness Institute. She is bilingual in Russian and conversational in Spanish. She is also committed to her own personal development and has a passion for helping others return to their inherent state of wholeness and wellbeing.

Camry Moore, MSW, RCSWI, CTP

Camry is a warmhearted, passionate, and devoted therapist, committed to the growth and healing of each individual and family she encounters. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Social Work both from Florida State University. She is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern in the state of Florida, working towards licensure. She is also trained as a Certified Trauma Professional (CTP), through which she has gained copious knowledge about the impact of trauma on the brain and the body, as well as skills in various trauma interventions, including somatic based interventions, narrative therapy, trauma based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) skills, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) techniques and Brainspotting (BSP).

Camry has worked closely with individuals and families of many different backgrounds, engaging with them in individual, family, and group counseling to educate them, to walk with them as they explore past experiences, to help them move towards finding a sense of safety in the present, and to help them unlearn negative beliefs that painful life experiences have taught them about themselves and about the world.

Camry’s motto is:

“Shame is sticky like glue, and glue is only useful when we want things to stay exactly where they are, exactly as they are.”

She is committed to helping clients get out of shame, and move towards curious compassion, which she believes is absolutely necessary for healing, growth, and change.

She truly enjoys her work, and with a compassionate and amicable demeanor, she invites her clients to feel connected and heard. Her mission is to provide a safe place for every individual and every family as she collaborates with them to assist them in reaching their goals, untangling the often deeply rooted struggles they are facing, and in learning new skills to resiliently overcome those struggles.

Chloe Flejter, MSW, RCSWI

Chloe graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a Bachelors in Psychology and recently with a Masters in Social Work from Barry University. A local from Palm Beach County, Chloe has lived here in tropical paradise for her entire life. What brought Chloe to this field is her drive to help people learn how to love, be proud, and recognize the courage that is within themselves. Trained in Trauma-Informed Care and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Chloe is dedicated to helping others who have experienced life changing events. Chloe has experience working with adult crime victims and mentoring teenagers for the past five years. Chloe brings a fresh new perspective from personally experiencing and learning the balance between school and work during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Chloe is passionate about connecting with clients through the use of humor and creating a comfortable safe space. Chloe believes that everyone deserves happiness and possesses strength and power within.

Adriane Schmitt, MS, RMHI

Adriane is an experienced psychotherapist with specific expertise in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Adriane’s extensive DBT training has been through Behavioral Tech, a training company founded by DBT’s creator, Dr. Marsha Linehan. Adriane has also been privileged to receive training by Dr. Marsha Linehan herself during an Intensive DBT workshop in Seattle, WA. Adriane is also responsible for teaching, developing, and supervising DBT programs affiliated with The Amy Winehouse Foundation both in the United States and the United Kingdom. During her tenure as a mental health professional, Adriane has been an effective advocate and therapist to individuals suffering from a wide range of mental health disorders. Adriane received a Master’s of Science Degree from Nova Southeastern University in Mental Health Counseling.

Nichole Cruz-Torres, LCSW

Nichole graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Master’s in Social Work and is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Florida.

She has a wide range of experience including a variety of mental health settings, inpatient and outpatient addiction facilities working with the individual and their loved ones, peri and post-partum women and the elderly. Through these different settings, Nichole began to develop a passion for working with individuals who are underserved and are not able to access mental health services as others may be privileged to do so.

Another area that Nichole has developed a passion for is working with individuals who have experienced traumatic experiences and has received training in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).

Nichole uses a variety of skills and modalities in her sessions adapting to each individual client. Some of these include CBT, mindfulness, and DBT.

Dr. Marie R. Samuela Jasmin, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health & Family Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Marie R. Samuela Jasmin is a dual Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Family Nurse Practitioner. Her passion for Psychiatric Mental Health began in Haiti where she attained her MD in 1995 from the School of Medicine at the State University of Haiti. She then went on to obtain her Master of Public Health with a dual focus in Health Systems Administration and Family Health at the University of Montemorelos in Mexico. After moving to the United States, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Florida International University, a Master of Science in Nursing, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice at Florida Atlantic University. She has an extensive experience working with individuals affected with psychiatric and or substance abuse disorders, ranging from children to adults. 

She is fluent in English, Spanish, French and Haitian-Creole. Her multinational academic background allows her to understand and work comfortably with people from an array of cultures. Her approach is to secure her patients’ physical, psychological, social, and spiritual well-being through the implementation of psychotherapy and medication when needed. Her sole focus aims towards empowering her patients to find joy, peace, and balance by personalizing treatment plans that are based on the individual’s needs, preferences, and values. She prides herself in her ability to give her patients’ her full attention and maintain a positive environment to help them reach their therapeutic goals.

Reach Out to Our Counseling Staff Today

Dr. Jon Goldblatt and the rest of his counseling staff is ready to help you work through the challenges of life. Contact Remedy Therapy today at (855) 874-3390 to learn more about our available services.