…. a revolution in mental health care
Adele Gomez, RN, has extensive experience in the field of mental health, research and psychiatry. She came to Mind and Brain Care in 2014 with over seven (7) years of experience in neuropsychological psychometry at Lee Memory Care, Lee Health/ formerly Lee Memorial Health Systems.
In addition, she has worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator, developing and conducting research projects for the Memory Disorder Clinic in connection with Johnnie B. Byrd Alzheimer’s Research Institute and Department of Elder Affairs.
Adele earned her nursing degree from Florida Southwestern College/formerly Edison State College in 1992. She has been a Registered Nurse for over 25 year. She has over served over 19 years in the fields of geriatric and psychiatric nursing. She was a nurse Manager for The Inn at Cypress Cove, Director of Nursing Administration for The Lodge at Cypress Cove, Nurse Manager of Crisis Unit at Salus Care/ formerly known as Ruth Cooper Center, and Director of Nursing Administration at Gulf Coast Village.
Roberta Montgomery has extensive experience in the field of mental health, research and psychiatry. Roberta Studied Psychology and Business Marketing at University of South Florida graduating with honors with a BA in Psychology with Business minor.
Roberta has been with Mind and Care since 2016. She came with over eighteen (18) years of experience in social work, psychometry and medical conference event planner as a social work educator for Lee Memory Care, with Lee Health/ formerly Lee Memorial Health System.
In addition to serving patients at Mind and Brain Care, Roberta is a counselor at Abuse Counseling Treatment (ACT), where she has served for over 20 years providing support, education and therapy services to individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
Roberta also enjoys a creative passion with her unique handmade gemstone jewelry. With her Bijoux Du Lustre, gemstone jewelry, she takes things a step further using her artistic talent to help fund educational programs for older adults and individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Laura Mesa is usually the first friendly voice you hear when calling Mind and Brain Care. She is fluent in both Spanish and English, as she hails from Cuba.
She is certified in Life and Variable Annuity Health Insurance. When she is not working at Mind and Brain Care, she enjoys spending time with her cat, October, and fiancé.
Her hobbies include reading and gardening.