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Please be advised that our office is closed on major holidays. If you contact us after normal business hours, you call might be returned on the next business day. If you have an emergency, please contact the national crisis hotline at 1-800-273-8255, 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.

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Phone: 407-900-4885 Fax: 866-515-9293

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Address

2521 13th Suite F, St Cloud, FL 34769

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Hours

M to F 9AM–5PM / S - Closed

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Welcome to Primary Psychology of Central Florida
Your Psychotherapy and Assessment provider


About Us

Our work is dedicated to helping people develop healthy, productive, and satisfying lives and relationships. We provide treatment and support to children and adolescents with emotional or behavioral concerns. We also assist adults, couples and geriatric individuals who are experiencing adjustment issues, relationship conflicts, anxiety, and mood disorders, among other issues.

We are conveniently located in the Central Florida area, accessible to Orlando, Kissimmee and Saint Cloud communities. Primary Psychology of Central Florida opened its doors in 2013, offering psychotherapy and psychological assessment services in English and in Spanish.

In a comfortable, non-judgmental environment you will be able to discuss your concerns and find ways to overcome your challenges, increase resilience, and better manage life stressors. Our main goal is to improve your emotional and mental health, allowing you to develop more satisfying relationships and increasing your overall enjoyment of life.

We accept the following Insurance Plans:

Aetna Insurance
We accept Aetna and Aetna Better Health Insurances.
Avmed
We accept Avmed Insurance.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield
We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance.
Care Plus
We accept Care Plus Insurance.
We accept Cigna Health Insurance.
CMS
We accept CMS Insurance.
Coventry
We accept Coventry Insurance.
Freedom Insurance
We accept Freedom Insurance.
Humana
We accept Humana and Humana Gold Plus Insurances.
Magellan
We accept Magellan Health Services and Magellan Complete Care Insurances
Medicare Part B
We accept Medicare Part B Insurance.
Meritain Health
We accept Meritain Health Insurance
Molina
We accept Molina Medicaid and Molina Medicare Insurances.
Prestige
We accept Prestige Insurance.
Simply
We accept Simply Healthcare Insurance.
Sunshine Health
We accept Sunshine Health Insurance
Tricare
We accept Tricare Insurance.
United Health Care
We accept United Health Care Medicaid and United Health Care Medicare Insurances.
Wellcare
We accept Wellcare Insurance.

Our Staff

Yamila Santos
Yamila Santos Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Yamila Santos has a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.) from Carlos Albizu University – San Juan Campus. Dr. Santos completed her Internship at Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, where she provided community-based and school-based mental health services to residents of the surrounding communities. She is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Florida. Dr. Santos founded Primary Psychology of Central Florida in 2013, driven by a strong passion to help individuals and families identify their needs and develop their highest potential. She has extensive training and experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and the geriatric population. She specializes in psychological testing for the diagnosis of different behavioral health issues. Dr. Santos has received training in the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and currently performs comprehensive psychological evaluations using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2), among other psychological tests. Dr. Santos is a Qualified Supervisor for Mental Health interns in the State of Florida.
José Santos
José Santos Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Jose E. Santos is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Florida since 2013 and Puerto Rico since 1985. His more than 30 years of experience in the field of Psychology have brought a wide variety of experiences, including: Researcher, Professor, Lecturer and Psychotherapist. Dr. Santos has a vast experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, elders and individuals with substance abuse problems. Currently, he maintains an active professional practice in Florida and Puerto Rico and is part of the evaluation team of the Amaranth Research Project, working with people with Alzheimer Disease. Dr. Santos has a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Carlos Albizu University in Puerto Rico and specialized studies in the cognitive field from institutions in Israel, Mexico and Venezuela.
Gisela Adorno
Gisela Adorno Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Gisela Adorno is a clinical psychologist licensed in the state of Florida. My greatest dream since I was a little girl was to be able to help other people. For that reason, I chose to be a Psychologist. It is a great satisfaction to see how people can transform adversities into learning experiences and take control of their lives. My core values are compassion, empathy and honesty. With me you can find a safe environment where you can share your emotions and make the changes you want in your life. I work mostly with teenagers and adults. I follow the perspective that the mind and the body are connected, therefore all the changes we make have an impact in our physical health and vice versa. Some of the problems which I have worked with are: domestic violence, family conflicts, job burnout, adherence to medical treatment, stigma, identity issues and acculturation process. I provide psychological services in Spanish and English.
Emily Estrada
Emily Estrada Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Emily Estrada received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Texas Tech University in 2020. She completed her internship at the College of William & Mary and worked as a psychologist in the state of Virginia before moving to Florida. She completed additional residency training for the state of Florida at our office. She is a Licensed Psychologist in Virginia and Florida. During her training she worked as a generalist providing psychotherapy and assessment services across many settings such as college counseling, low-income community mental health centers, career centers, and hospitals. She has worked with couples and clients of all ages helping to diagnose and manage concerns such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, sexual and gender identity stress, interpersonal conflicts, suicidality, and eating disorders. She previously led psychotherapy groups for women, LGBTQ+ young adults, and for eating concerns. Dr. Estrada has received additional training in the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and currently performs comprehensive psychological evaluations using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2), among other psychological tests.
Henriette Yonts graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2014. She is licensed in the state of Florida. Upon graduation, Henriette worked in the field of substance use disorders as a counselor for a total of three years. Originally from South Africa, Henriette relocated to Florida with her parents in 2001. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education in 2007, taught for six years, and then decided to dedicate her life to providing therapy to children, adolescents, adult individuals, couples, and families. Henriette has experience utilizing a family systems approach to support healing and growth within a family unit, solution focused therapy to facilitate change during short term therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to address symptoms of anxiety and depression.Henriette Yonts is a Qualified Supervisor for Mental Health and Marriage and Family Therapy interns in the State of Florida.
Ann Marie Rodriguez
Ann Marie Rodriguez Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Dr. Rodriguez is a graduate of Fordham University’s Advance Clinical Social Work Master’s program. She has 20 years of experience in counseling. Having completed her Master’s degree in 1997 she delved into providing excellent hospital based counseling services for 7 out of the 17 years of her tenure at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. She became a Floridian in 2004 and quickly became involved in the Educational system providing crisis counseling services and linking students in need with counseling services until 12/2016. She maintains strong ties and has a solid knowledge base of the Exceptional Student Educational system. In March, 2016 she graduated from the Tabernacle Bible College and Seminary with a PhD in Religious Philosophy. Dr. Rodriguez is a Christian and is able to incorporate spiritual and biblical truths to the therapeutic process for those clients that prefer this type of intervention. She offers short term, solution focused individual, marriage and family counseling to a variety of clients. Dr. Rodriguez is a leader in her community and co-leads a congregation in St. Cloud where she both works and resides. Ann Rodriguez is a Qualified Supervisor for Clinical Social Work interns in the State of Florida.
Selina Ryals MA, LMHC. Graduated with a MA from Webster University in 2006. Selina has 15 years of counseling experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in developing the life they want and deserve. She has worked for community mental health and the school system in Florida. The office Primary Psychology of Central Florida is a multi counselor office with someone available to answer your questions during office hours. Her counseling style is goal oriented and helps clients gain insight into how they are affected by trauma, depression, grief and anxiety She uses a variety of techniques including cognitive behavior therapy, solution focused therapy, and mindfulness techniques. Outside of the counseling office Selina enjoys reading, yoga and walking. Her office hours are Monday through Thursday 8am to 5pm. When you come to see Selina you will be invited to discuss what is going on in your life and what you are looking to achieve in therapy. You will complete assessments and develop a treatment plan. Then you will be supported as you explore your life limiting patterns that get in your way. You will explore and find your strengths to be your best self.
Glenda Trabal
Glenda Trabal Post-Doctoral Associate
Dr. Glenda Trabal received her Philosophy Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.) in Psychological Counseling from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico in 2015. She completed her Doctoral Internship at ROVICO Health Care Consulting Services, Inc. and as Assistant Professor in the Psychology graduate program from the Inter American University, San German Campus. She has worked and collaborated with the Puerto Rico Special Education Program. In 2016, she completed her Post-Doctoral residency in Central Florida, providing mental health counseling and conducting psychological evaluations with children, adolescents and adults. The same year, she provided mental health counseling to survivors of the Pulse nightclub tragedy and to the families of the victims. Her clinical experience includes more than 10 years providing mental health counseling to patients with ADHD, behavioral disorders, autism, depression, anxiety, and other mood-related disorders. Dr. Trabal also has experience as an examiner for the State of Florida Office of Disability Determinations. Over the years, Dr. Trabal has continued to expand her knowledge in several areas such as the neuropsychology of learning disorders, sensory processing disorders, eating disorders, brain base trauma, child abuse, substance and alcohol abuse, suicide prevention, the Baker Act, and the LGBTQ community. She is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Ileana Acevedo
Ileana Acevedo Post-Doctoral Associate
Dr. Ileana Acevedo Reyes received her Clinical Psychology Degree (Psy.D.) from the Pontifical Catholic University in 2021. She completed her Doctoral Internship at Hogares Crea, Inc and as an Assistant Professor in Psychology graduate program from Pontifical Catholic University, Ponce Campus. She has worked in the Transition House Work Release Center in Kissimmee providing services to inmates transitioning to the community. She has provided mental health services in Lynn, Massachusetts thru the Sherriff Department. She has worked with the Florida Department of Education providing counseling services to kids at school and home. She has provided mental health services at Orange Youth Academy; for youth thru the Juvenile Justice Department. Her clinical experience includes more than 10 years providing mental health counseling to patients with substance abuse issues and criminal records. Over the years Dr. Acevedo has expanded her knowledge in several areas such as LGBTQ community, trauma, grief and providing psychological counseling for the death community. She has provided numerous workshops: stress management to SAMS CLUB employees, stress management to Pontifical Catholic University receptionists, self-esteem to high school students back in Puerto Rico. She is bilingual in English, Spanish and Sign Language.

Administrative Staff

Minerva Polo Compliance Specialist
Michelle Rodriguez Administrative Assistant
Nelmarie Robles
Nelmarie Robles Administrative Assistant
Pedro Graneros
Pedro Graneros Administrative Assistant
José L. Angulo IT Administrator/ Biller