Meet Our Business Team

Chris Lengyel

Owner of Help Me PTSD

Native to Arizona, Christopher Lengyel Is an Army Veteran with a B.S. in Professional Counseling. Christopher is currently continuing his education with a Masters Degree in Business Administration. While not advocating for trauma survivors Christopher spends time with his family and enjoys being the worship leader at the church he attends.

Tray Goodman

Senior Business Advisor

Tray Goodman is an accomplished videographer, author and director.  Tray has helped many individuals find a path to success from his first book “Crushing Your Box”.  Currently Tray works in collaboration with many different business and has had a strong influence in the growth of Help Me PTSD.

Scott Sievers

Digital Security Specialist

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James E. Harris III

Corporate Logistics Officer

James is an Army Veteran who served two tours over sea gaining a passion for logistics. After serving his country, James achieved his Bachelors degree in Business Administration while attending Colorado Technical College. After graduating college James started a small construction business in Colorado. In his free time James travels around the United States visiting with other veterans along the way.

Dom Perez

Director of Global Sales

Dom is a retired Combat Veteran. While serving over 8 years in the United States Army,  Dom brings the discipline our team needs to grow and succeed. With over 18 years of sales experience, the last 8 being in national sales campaigns, Dom has accepted the global challenge that Help Me PTSD has presented.  As the Director of Global Sales Dom will help establish Help ME PTSD as the #1 client-provider platform for mental health and wellness.

Brian Varanelli

Global Sales Executive

Brian Varanelli is an Army Veteran from Minnesota with a passion for seeing people reach their full potential. After returning from active duty, Brian spends most of his free time being actively involved in youth programs, hosting cook outs, and fund raising events in his local community when he isn't too distracted with his small promotion and events company.

*Help Me PTSD is not an emergency service. If you are currently suicidal or have suicidal thoughts contact your local emergency services.