Orlando Health Medical Group Behavioral Health is a group of clinicians made up of medical doctors, advanced registered nurse practitioners, licensed clinical social workers and licensed mental health counselors who see adult, child, and adolescent patients and are dedicated to improving the mental health of people in the Greater Orlando area.
Linda Grant, LMHC
Linda's experience includes individuals, couples and families who are dealing with mood and anxiety disorders, adjustment issues, grief, loss, relationship concerns and chemically-dependent persons. She has a Bachelors in Psychology at Lincoln University, a Masters in counseling, psychology and education from Temple University, and a Masters in Adult Education at Columbia University.
Julie Harper, LCSW
Julie has over 23 years of experience. In 2013, she earned a certification in Emotional Freedom Technique, an energy psychology. She received her Bachelor of Nursing from Lamar University, a Master in Social Work from the University of Louisville and a Master in religious Education from Loyola University. In addition to being a nurse and therapist she is a spiritual director. She is a member of NASW.
Raine Rouse, ARNP
"Raine" has been doing mental health work since she was 20. She has worked in women’s issues including domestic violence, child abuse and treatment for batterers. Raine’s has a Bachelor’s degree from UCF, a nursing license from Valencia Community College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. She is currently in UF’s Nurse Practitioner program, double majoring in psychiatry and adult health.
Connor McVey, PA-C
Connor received a Master’s Degree in PA Studies from UF where he focused primarily on psychiatry. His interest in mental health began while he was a law enforcement officer in rural Florida, and he realized his true passion was in helping people lead healthy and fulfilling lives. He received his Bachelor’s degree and a Masters in Criminal Justice from UCF prior to turning to medicine, and he is currently working towards an additional CAQ in Psychiatry from the NCCPA.