Dr. Patrece Frisbee, DC, DACACD, CAD, CAC, CCN, RCT
As the leading expert in Integrative Medicine within the addiction community, Dr. Patrece Frisbee is a Doctor of Chiropractic and board certified in acupuncture, addiction medicine and compulsive disorders. She also holds a Diplomate as an addictionologist, is a nutritionist, recovery coach, published author, and has more than 30 years of health care management experience.
Dr. Frisbee brings passionate energy to every endeavor and possesses an uncommon ability to harness a diverse spectrum of disciplines for the benefit of her patients. Beginning her professional life with a Doctorate Degree of Chiropractic, Dr. Frisbee went on to receive certifications in acupuncture from the University of Miami School of Medicine, herbology from Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Oriental medicine from China Medical University in Beijing.
In 2000, Dr. Frisbee founded her mobile wellness business, which allows her to reach a broader audience serving treatment centers, sober living homes and high-end residential clientele. Her boundless enthusiasm for personal interaction, coupled with her strong leadership and health care management skills, enables Dr. Frisbee to bring a wealth of assets to CAMP SoBe Well and, most importantly, to her clients.
Kim Cox is President of CAMP SoBe Well. An anomaly in the business world, Kim envisions creative solutions with the ability to implement them through relatable and successful strategies. Kim is intuitively drawn to new ways of thinking with a focus on clarity, honesty, and a strong sense of purpose.
As President of CAMP SoBe Well, Kim leads the company via strong and trusted leadership, and closely collaborates with executives for the purpose of establishing short-and long-term goals, plans and strategies, and increasing brand knowledge within the health and wellness market. Kim manages the functions of human resources, JACHO compliance, internal communications, analyzes and implements marketing strategies, maintains finances and operations, cultivates community partnerships, proactively identifies merger and investment opportunities, and more.
Kim has enjoyed a successful career in marketing, advertising, and consulting. Her management experience includes leading a client services team, becoming a partner of a large Miami advertising firm, and extensive experience within the retail, health care, sports, education, and business-to-business/business-to-consumer sectors. Kim has held several executive level positions, including Assistant Vice-President for Brand Marketing and Communications at Barry University; Vice President of WorkWise Group LLC; Partner and Vice President of Client Services at Ronin Advertising Group Inc; and Partner of Strategic Development at R&L Healthcare Advisors Inc.
“In every place that I have worked, I’ve been strongly invested in the operational piece of the business. That includes being part of the operational committee at the first agency I worked, sitting on the board of Alonzo Mourning Charities, and helping businesses strengthen their foundation relative to processes, structure, communication, and execution of mission,” Kim says. “I appreciate the challenge and hold my teams to a higher standard in an effort to materialize our vision and to create a work culture where team members thrive because they love and are proud of the work they do.”
Kim received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida and her Master of Arts in Psychology of Human Movement from Temple University.
Dr. Gary Brandwein is the Medical Director for CAMP SoBe Well, overseeing all integrative medicine services to ensure they are within compliance.
Dr. Brandwein has extensive experience in the fields of health and wellness, rehabilitation, and aesthetic medicine. Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, he worked as an owner, senior physician, medical director, rehab supervisor and residency preceptor at several facilities in Florida. These include VitaLife Medical & Wellness, East Coast Medical & Rehab, Boca Medical Therapy & Rehab, and the Florida Department of Health.
“I enjoy my profession because I have always liked the hands-on aspect of seeing patients of many ages,” Dr. Brandwein says. “I also enjoy the idea of physical medicine being able to help in a variety of medical ways and often giving some immediate relief to physical discomfort, as well as acute illnesses.”
Dr. Brandwein earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from State University of New York at Stony Brook; a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine; and studied Public Health at the University of South Florida at Tampa.
In his spare time, Dr. Brandwein enjoys exercising, the beach, reading, softball and golfing, and being with friends and family, especially his daughter.
Dr. Katlyn Schmidt is the Integrative Medicine Director at CAMP SoBe Well and works at our partner location Just Believe Recovery in Jensen Beach.
As the Integrative Medicine Director, Dr. Schmidt works with clients regarding hydration, teaches them the benefits of conservative care, and instructs them about stretching techniques. She is experienced in a variety of chiropractic techniques, including: Diversified Chiropractic Technique; Instrument Assisted Chiropractic Manipulative Technique; Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation; Cervical/Lumbar Spine Decompression; Flexion Distraction Therapy; Radiology Positioning and Interpretation; Physiotherapy Modalities; and more. She is also experienced in patient education regarding dietary and pathologic conditions; interpretation of CT and MRI imaging; digital orthotics; and rehabilitation.
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Dr. Schmidt worked as a chiropractor and chiropractic patient empowerment consultant. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Florida State University and a Doctor of Chiropractic from the National University of Health Science.
“My whole mission with clients is to help them focus on progress not perfection, and doing that through health, water intake, and life on a daily basis,” Dr. Schmidt says. “Each day will bring obstacles but push yourself through and make progress regardless.”
In her spare time. Dr. Schmidt enjoys showing her kids new experiences, hiking, camping, fishing, and reading.
Amy Stevenson is CAMP SoBe Well’s Food and Nutrition Services Manager and services all our partner locations.
As a Registered Dietitian, Amy’s goal is to is to empower clients to seek and find balance in nutrition and personal dietary goals on the road to recovery and beyond. At CAMP SoBe Well, Amy hosts nutrition group sessions with demos and weekly one-on-one nutrition counseling. She stresses the importance of clients being motivated to experience overall health and wellness practices.
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Amy worked in a variety of food and nutrition service positions, including those as clinical dietitian, food service supervisor, food service manager, nutrition analyst, and tray line supervisor. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Science from the University of North Florida and a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition from Keiser University.
“I absolutely love the work I do and love sharing my passion for nutrition knowledge and being a health care professional,” Amy says. “I know that the client will see and feel the difference when they implement a guided plan to a balanced diet and the ability to lower health risks for acute or chronic diseases.”
In her spare time, Amy enjoys playing soccer, gardening, reading and writing poems, nature, church activities and family time. She also enjoys going to local produce stands to purchase vegetables for meal planning.
Sannthia Victor is a Wellness Coordinator at CAMP SoBe Well. As a Wellness Coordinator, Sannthia facilitates the Biobed and Hydrobed at the Just Believe Recovery Center in Jensen Beach, FL. In this role, Sannthia operates the Biobed, teaches clients breathing and relaxation techniques, promotes optimum wellness, and assist in other departments.
“I love what I do because I love to see the end results for each client. The impact the Biobed has on our clients affects their lives spiritually, mentally and physically in a positive way,” Sannthia says. “Clients will often say they have an epiphany while experiencing the Bio-bed — they become clear minded, positive, focused and optimistic of the future.”
Sannthia, who is fluent in Creole, earned her associate degree in physical therapy from Kaiser University in Fort Lauderdale and is a registered chiropractic assistant. Outside of promoting the health of SoBe Well’s clients, Sannthia also enjoys spending time with her family and two daughters.
Allen Fortier is a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) at our partner location, Just Believe Recovery, in Jensen Beach, Florida. He offers CAMP So Be Well clients a diverse background in massage therapy.
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Allen worked as a LMT at various spas and chiropractic treatment centers. He received his massage therapy certification in 2010 from the Alpha Institute.
Through his extensive training and background, Allen offers various massage techniques, including cupping, hot stone, sports massage, trigger point therapy, and reiki. In addition to massage therapy, Allen helps facilitate client usage of the bio bed, oculus, and intakes and outcome tools.
“My mission is to help my clients feel relaxed while bringing their anxiety down and helping to fix whatever is going on with their muscles,” Allen says. “I love when my clients feel refreshed and joy once they get off my table, which enables them to have a better sense of well-being.”
In his spare time, Allen enjoys working out, watching football, playing pool, and bowling.
Casandra Kimbrough is a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) at CAMP SoBe Well and works at our partner location Just Believe Detox in Port St. Lucie.
As an LMT, Casandra provides massage therapy as a way to help clients relieve stress, anxiety, and muscle tension. Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Casandra worked in the health care industry as a rehabilitation technician and massage therapist. She earned her Associate of Science in Massage Therapy from Keiser University.
“There is no better gratitude than seeing the look of relief on my clients’ face after they get a massage. Knowing that I am helping them during the recovery and detox process makes my job even more meaningful. To be a part of their journey toward recovery is a rewarding experience,” Casandra says.
In her spare time, Casandra loves spending time with her husband, Josh, and two children, Rian and Aley. As a family, they enjoy bowling, fishing, trips to Legoland, and spending time at home watching movies and cooking out.
Michael Moses is the Drumming Facilitator at CAMP SoBe Well and works at our partner locations Just Believe Detox in Port St. Lucie and Daylight Recovery Center in West Palm Beach.
As the Drumming Facilitator, Michael facilitates and guides groups through drumming exercises in the “Rhythm for Healing” programs. Since joining CAMP SoBe Well in 2019, Michael has been moving forward through study, performance, composing new music, photography, and animal rescue. He remains focused on deepening his practice of rhythm as a tool for spiritual growth, personal healing, and community building. He is currently writing a book on the deep practice of rhythm inspired by the understanding that practice does not make perfect but rather practice makes practice — a life lesson tool for continuing the work when the drum is not in hand.
A skilled percussionist, Michael has developed and implemented programs for the K-12 public school curriculum, as well as programs for children at risk, the juvenile justice system, and Project LEAP — a pioneering art integration program for curriculum enhancement in Palm Beach County. He served as a composer and accompanist for major dance companies and universities throughout the U.S. For more than 30 years, Michael has supported master classes and performances, including more than 15 years in residence with the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, NY.
“Everybody is the greatest drummer in the world when playing alone in their room. Everybody is the greatest singer when alone in the shower. Everything changes when another human being shows up and now you find yourself in an intimate relationship. This recognition of inter-connectivity is the trigger for growth in my own practice as well as in my clients,” Michael says.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys taking care of animals and indulging in occasional sports fandom, especially the Miami Heat and New York Rangers.
Cathy Adcock is a yoga instructor at CAMP SoBe Well and works at our partner location Just Believe Detox in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Cathy spent nearly 20 years working in executive, administrative, and director operational roles within the health care and legal fields. A few years ago, she followed in her husband’s footsteps and began a year-long yoga teacher training course, with the goal of learning yoga first-hand and earning her certification. Since then, Cathy has found the opportunity to reinvent herself while doing what she loves and helping others discover their peace and joy.
When reflecting on the work she does at CAMP SoBe Well and its importance to her clients, Cathy is reminded of the words by Yogi Bhajan: "Travel light, live light, spread the light, be the light."
In her spare time, Cathy enjoys tending to her large vegetable garden, traveling to obscure places with her husband, and exploring Native American beliefs.
Bryan Nevin, ERYT200, KRI250
Bryan Nevin is a yoga instructor at CAMP SoBe Well and works at our partner location Just Believe Recovery in Jensen Beach, Florida.
As a yoga instructor, Bryan has been introducing clients to stretching, relaxation, and meditation techniques that assists them in feeling comfortable in their own skin and focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. He also gives them a couple of tools for their "Wellness Toolbox" that they can hopefully fill and bring with them after their own journey.
Bryan was certified in Hatha Yoga (Sivananda) in 2010. He then spent several months at the Sivananda Yoga Ashram continuing his education and was certified in Thi Yoga Body Work. He then continued to expand his yoga practice by obtaining his Kundalini Yoga Certification, a 200-hour teacher training course. In April 2017 he completed the Super Health Yogic Science for addictive behavior training.
When reflecting on the work he does at CAMP SoBe Well and its importance to his clients, Bryan is reminded of the words by Yogi Bhajan: "An attitude of gratitude brings great things."
In his spare time, Bryan enjoys taking time to travel with this wife, hosting yoga classes in his home for friends and family, and tending to their large vegetable garden, which he calls a labor of love.
Lizette Garcia, LASO
Lizette Garcia is a senior human resources leader at CAMP SoBe Well. She has with been with the company since February 2019 and is a vital member of the operations team.
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Lizette worked in a number of human resources roles, including as a director, specialist, manager, and administrator. She also served as assistant dean at Florida National College.
In her role at CAMP SoBe Well, Lizette performs day-to-day human resources functions, including payroll, recruitment, on-boarding, employee relations, benefits, and compliance issues. She also works on revising and updating all human resources policies and procedures and plays an integral part in the Joint Commission compliance for CAMP SoBe Well. Her years of HR experience have been an asset to the company.
Lizette has a master’s in business administration with a specialty in personnel management from St. Thomas University, and a bachelor’s in communications from St. Thomas University.
“I really like working in human resources because it is not a career where you are doing the same tasks every day, and I'm involved in many different aspects of the business. This includes helping an employee with HR questions, processing payroll, strategic planning, recruitment, employee relations, and so much more,” Lizette says. “Being in human resources helps me feel that I am really part of the business, and that’s what makes this career so rewarding.”
In her spare time, Lizette enjoys spending time outside, walking by the ocean, boating, and spending time with family.
Dr. Nancy Gomez is the Compliance Manager at CAMP SoBe Well. She was one of the first employees hired by CAMP SoBe Well and has been with the organization since 2015. Additionally, Dr. Gomez is a Doctor of Chiropractic and Licensed Massage Therapist.
As Compliance Manager, Dr. Gomez manages all of CAMP SoBe Well’s compliance requirements and provides ongoing guidance in compliances issues. She ensures that the compliance department meets or exceeds the company’s best practice standards and regulatory requirements, including overseeing current and new service compliance, filing reports, conducting audits, managing Joint Commission compliance, and identifying issues. Dr. Gomez serves as an internal resource for all compliance matters.
“I’ve enjoyed working with CAMP SoBe Well for almost five years. I have seen our program's positive impact on so many clients through our clinical applications, but also through the compassion and unconditional love that all our team members give the clients” Dr. Gomez said. “My greatest joy is to see the evolution of the clients who have entered treatment with major physical problems. Many of these clients have been relying on pain medication for survival and have never received any physical form of therapy for their condition. These clients blossom with our care and truly reap the benefits during their treatment and post treatment with the self-care principles and exercises that the CAMP SoBe Well program emphasizes.”
Outside the office, Dr. Gomez enjoys spending time with her husband, Brian, and daughter, Mila. She is passionate about raising little Mila to be a strong, happy, and good person. Dr. Gomez also enjoys listening to podcasts from NPR and other sources, Jazz music and getting massages.
Michelle Ammon is a vital member of the CAMP SoBe Well team and serves as the organization’s Revenue Cycle Manager. She has been with the company since March 2018
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Michelle worked for several recovery and treatment centers in Florida where she worked as a Revenue Recycle Manager, Director of Collections, Operations Manager, and Billing Specialist. She brings a plethora of experience to her position.
In her role at CAMP SoBe Well, Michelle manages the accounts receivable process, ensuring continued operations which enables the company to support its clients. This includes overseeing billing teams and accounts, quickly resolving revenue cycle problems, communicating with insurance companies, and handling collections, billing, and contract analysis. Michelle earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Lehman College in New York.
“I find my work challenging, ever-changing, and appreciate the fact that it utilizes my organizational and multi-tasking strengths,” Michelle says. “I’m proud to be part of an organization that is truly making a difference in peoples’ lives and one that gives me the opportunity to utilize my expertise.”
In her spare time, Michelle enjoys spending time with her family and pets.
Sean Ammon is an instrumental member of CAMP SoBe Well’s operations team and serves as the organization’s Claims Specialist. He has been with the company since April 2019
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Sean worked in the health care and technology industries, serving in such roles as reimbursement and supply chain analyst, billing associate, reimbursement analyst, and project manager. His experience within these roles has proven to be an asset to CAMP SoBe Well.
In his role at CAMP SoBe Well, Sean processes insurance claims, negotiates settlements, verifies client insurance coverage, and reviews insurance cases. His expertise includes financial accounting and reporting, Medicare cost reporting, workers compensation billing, revenue cycle processing, supply chain cycle, and more. Sean is currently pursing a Bachelor of Science in Logistics at Florida International University.
“As the Claims Specialist for CAMP SoBe Well, I’m privileged to be part of an organization that focuses its efforts to help clients achieve a lifetime of wellness and sobriety,” Sean says. “My job is to make certain that CAMP SoBe Well has what it needs to support each client in their successful treatment plan completion.”
In his spare time, Sean enjoys watching movies, bowling, and fitness activities.
Brennan Clements, CPC, CPB
As Certified Claims Specialist, Brennan Clements helps lead CAMP SoBe Well’s operations team. She has been with the company since April 2018.
Prior to joining CAMP SoBe Well, Brennan worked at other recovery centers in Florida where she served as a revenue cycle manager and administrative assistant.
In her role at CAMP SoBe Well, Brennan — a certified medical billing and coding expert — provides financial oversight for behavioral and wellness services; assures the accuracy of claims, including coding and billing charges; oversees medical records and insurance collections; and prepares financial reports.
Since joining CAMP SoBe Well, Brennan has been working hard to increase her knowledge of the industry so that she can better serve the company. Brennan studied Health Administration at Palm Beach State College.
“I enjoy serving others and, ultimately, knowing that the client’s quality of life improves based on the services CAMP SoBe Well provides,” Brennan says. “It’s comforting to see the difference we make by showing our clients that being well is about living well, thinking well, and believing in themselves.”
In her spare time, Brennan enjoys going to the beach and spending time with her daughter and partner.