Board of Directors
Centerstone Military Services
Jodie Robison, Ph.D. is the Executive Director for Military Services. With more than 18 years of behavioral health and management experience, Robison oversees Centerstone’s military-related services, programming, operations, business development and fundraising activities.
She previously served as the lead clinician for Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone and prior to that as Director of Clinical Services for Centerstone’s Military Services. She first joined Centerstone in 2007 as a behavioral health worker in Pediatric Integrated Care before establishing her own private behavioral health practice in 2012.
Robison received her master’s in counseling and personnel services from the University of Maryland and her doctoral degree in human services, social and community services from Capella University. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, American Mental Health Counseling Association and Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association.
She is a military spouse, a military parent and has collaborated with numerous military related organizations throughout her professional career.
Melissa Bagnall is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has more than 10 years of behavioral health experience. Prior to joining Centerstone, Bagnall was with the United States Department of Defense, where she worked on a Training and Doctrine Command military installation and provided embedded behavioral health services for the 1st Engineer Brigade in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
As an Embedded Behavioral Health (EBH) provider, Bagnall engaged service members and retirees in individual, couples and family counseling. She organized and assisted with the implementation of all behavioral health services for the 1st Engineer Brigade in collaboration with other designated EBH providers for the Chemical and Military Police Brigades on the post.
She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in social work from the University of Memphis, minoring in non-profit management, and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Missouri-School of Social Work.
Bagnall and her husband, who served in the U.S. Army, have three boys and live in Waynesville, Missouri.
Anna Goletz is the Clinical Services Manager for Centerstone Military Services. She supervises a team of clinical support specialists that locate the right counselor for veterans and military family members requesting services, maintains credentialing of each provider through Centerstone’s corporate policy and engages public and government organizations in the mission of Centerstone and Centerstone Military Services.
As a military spouse for the last decade, she has experience with both active duty and National Guard life. Goletz has extensive knowledge as both a mental health counselor and military spouse that aids in her passion for helping other military families and spouses.
Prior to joining Centerstone Military Services in 2017, Goletz worked as a clinical therapist for Centerstone of Tennessee and as a Program Coordinator for the community based services offered to children and families in the Middle Tennessee Area. She has been a devoted Centerstone employee since 2009. She obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology from Argosy University, and a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University.
Anna’s hobbies include spending time with her family, camping in Tennessee state parks, traveling or playing in their back yard. She loves to cook and hosts dinners and parties in the family home as frequently as possible.
Heather Rossi is a peer facilitator and manager of Centerstone Military Services’ wrap-around programs, including military services online classes and support groups. She joined Centerstone Military Services in 2012, fulfilling duties as a moderator, facilitator and assisting with retreats.
Prior to joining military services, Rossi spent eight years on active duty with the Air Force and two years with the Air Force Reserve, deploying in support of multiple operations around the world. She also spent 17 years as a military spouse experiencing multiple deployments and relocations.
A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Rossi was commissioned through the school's ROTC program. After leaving the military, she secured an MBA and earned several other certifications in business.
Her hobbies include carting her three boys to random events that are usually located on opposite ends of town, re-learning middle school math and trying to squeeze a run in every few days.
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