Our Patient Care Coordinators are available to assist you in setting up your appointment, verify your health insurance benefits, and support you between your therapy sessions.

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Kelsey Munekata

Patient Care Coordinator Supervisor

Kelsey Munekata graduated from Appalachian State University in May of 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.  She went on to volunteer with AmeriCorps, helping build homes through Habitat For Humanity in Columbia, South Carolina.  

Her passion is helping others and has found working in nonprofits is where she is the happiest.  Kelsey joined Agape Therapy Institute in August of 2018.  In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, hanging out with her friends, and reading.

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Lourdes Llopiz

Patient Care Coordinator

Lourdes Llopiz recently graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Behavioral Forensics Certificate. Lourdes is going to continue her education at Rollins College by beginning the Mental Health Counseling graduate program this fall. 

 Lourdes loved being a part of different organizations as an undergraduate student including the Psi Chi Psychological Society and the Children's Miracle Network. She is looking forward to being involved in different organizations as a graduate student as well. Lourdes wants to continue to learn about mental health in order to help individuals go on in society and lessen the stigma surrounded by mental illness. 

 In her free time, Lourdes loves to be outdoors and go to the beach. Her favorite shows to binge watch are Criminal Minds, Law and Order SVU, and Mind Hunters.

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Michelle Galvez

Patient Care Coordinator

Michelle Galvez graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a minor in Cognitive Sciences, and a TEFL certificate. Most recently, she earned a graduate certificate in Theoretical and Applied Ethics. 

Michelle has volunteered with numerous non-profit organizations, including Crisis Text Line, the Mental Health Association of Central Florida, and New Hope for Kids. She feels most fulfilled in a collaborative and creative environment working towards a common goal and in service of others. During her downtime, she enjoys reading, writing, and drawing comics; visiting art museums; gardening; and crate-digging.

We're looking for more PCC Interns to join the team! 

If you're an undergrad student looking for entry level experience, please send an email to Kelsey Munekata at kelsey@agapementalhealth.org.