Dr. Napolitano received her Medical Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, and then completed a residency in Psychiatry at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She has experience treating patients in many different settings. Her inpatient work has included evaluation and treatment of patients on forensic units, in dual diagnosis programs, and in an adolescent sex offender program. She has experience in acute psychiatric / emergency inpatient treatment, and in long-term residential treatment programs for the severely chronically mentally ill. Dr. Napolitano served as Chief Resident at the Arkansas State Hospital, and on-call psychiatry consultant at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital. She is the founder and owner of The Happy Mind Company.
Dr. Napolitano’s treatment philosophy centers on taking the time needed to really listen to the person who knows the patient best which is, of course, the patient. She then draws on her training and experience, along with logic, common sense, and a genuine concern for her patient’s well being, to provide accurate, informed and caring guidance and treatment. She stays well informed of cutting edge treatments and technologies in the field of psychiatry; thus, she is able to offer a wide variety of diagnostic treatment options.
Dr. Napolitano specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents and adults with a variety of psychiatric disorders including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia. She also has extensive experience in treating patients with self-injury.
Stacy Luchman is a clinical mental health counselor in Winter Garden, Florida that takes a Rogerian, person-centered and solutions-focused approach to the therapeutic process. She specializes in teens and parents, college students, kids, women, and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Stacy graduated with her Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health from Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI. She has a Bachelors Degree in Biblical Studies from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, IL. She proudly serves the LGBTQ community as an advocate and an ally and does not see Christianity and this community to be mutually exclusive. Love is love. The health, mental wellness, acceptance, connectedness and safety of each human is the ultimate priority to Stacy. Stacy believes that People with Autism are first and foremost people. Their emotions, mental health and personal wants and needs should be addressed before or simultaneously with behaviors. She emphasizes attachment, authenticity, and connection in family units. She is able to offer creative and individual skills and plans for individuals and families to progress and move forward through difficult times or presenting behaviors. Stacy has the unique ability to coach and counsel. Her approach often results in positive and more rapid change in her clients.
Stacy also seeks to help and empower women by bringing out their natural gifts and helping them see themselves in the best light. Through cognitive restructuring, perspective-building, and psychotherapy, Stacy helps women and moms develop a full sense of self and purpose.
Mrs. Ragnauth received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from the University of South Florida. She is Board Certified as a Family Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Mrs. Ragnauth specialized in Psychiatric evaluation and medication management of major psychiatric disorder including ADHD, Anxiety Disorder, Psychotic Disorder and Mood Disorder (Bipolar D/O and Depression). She has worked in behavioral health care since 1986. Her experiences include Inpatient, Day Treatment, Substance Abuse and Outpatient services.
Sally is a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with more than 10 years experience working in hospitals and out patient settings. She specializes in Children and Adults for evaluation and medication management of major psychiatric disorders.
My name is David Duany, and I am a clinical mental health counselor specializing in therapy for families, parents, and individuals ranging in age from 8 to 40 years old. My therapy style incorporates Family Systems Therapy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as Solution Focused Therapy to address client mental health concerns and to create successful therapeutic goals. As clients and I work together, we also work on issues negatively effecting one or more life dimension areas or settings (for example: a high school age client living with anxiety who is having academic and behavioral issues, in addition to career counseling needs for what to do after high school graduation). Family therapy using a systems-based clinical approach can be successful for understanding each client’s mental health needs and how their family members can assist in the client’s overall improvement in mental heath goals and outcomes in areas such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, stress, and behavioral issues.
Orlando, Florida is my hometown, and growing up here has given me a unique perspective on the community and cultural issues which clients and their families may experience. I had the opportunity to earn my master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College in May 2020. Before Rollins, I completed a second Bachelors degree from FSU in Family and Child Sciences in 2017, and my first Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology from FSU in 2007.
Focus on Adolescents, Teens, College Age, and Young Adults
Bringing clients and their families into the present moment while in session, helps to foster a mindfulness-based environment designed for clients to develop new cognitive and behavioral patterns with their therapist. Session time is also used to assist clients in creating therapeutic and personal goals to assist oneself to be successful in multiple professional and personal settings throughout each day and week.
It is my hope to facilitate a safe-space setting in which all individuals and their families feel welcomed and appreciated, knowing their mental health concerns will be listened to and understood. Each session will address present-moment mental health concerns in addition to providing clients with necessary resources to improve their overall wellness and health in multiple life dimensions (1. Mental Health, 2. Physical Health, 3. Spiritual Health, 4. Artistic/Creative Expression, 5. Career/Academic Progress, 6. Financial Stability, 7. Social and Family Interaction Health, 8. Love for oneself and others, and 9. Forgiveness for oneself and others). The process of mindfully bringing attention and care to a person’s multiple wellness dimensions of health ideally will optimize overall mental health and a person’s quality of life as each counseling session reviews and creates new treatment goals to be completed by the client during time periods between sessions. In doing so, clients ideally facilitate therapeutic momentum and develop a personal vision of success as each goal is completed with time, patience, and a mindful outlook.
Alli is the smiling face that keeps our office running smoothly and is often the first person you will talk with when you start working with our practice. She has been at the Happy Mind Company since May 2011 and graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Social Sciences in May 2012.
7601 Conroy Windermere Rd. Suite 203
Orlando, Florida 32835