Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (MSN, PMHNP-BC)
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When you meet Brittani, you’ll feel comforted by her caring presence and genuine approach. Brittani’s light-hearted nature — paired with her sincere desire to help you meet your personal goals — will help you feel at ease and confident in your treatment.
Mental health issues can be hard to cope with; they can make the simplest things feel impossible. Brittani believes that helping you find happiness in everyday life and to rediscover what life means to you are important steps in overcoming this.
It’s also important to Brittani that you have an individualized treatment plan that best suits you. Even if you share the same diagnosis with someone else, your experiences, genetics, lifestyle, values, and goals are unique to you. That’s why Brittani takes pride in staying mindful of this individuality and making it an essential factor when developing a healing plan.
Brittani understands that starting psychiatric medications can be a difficult decision and is willing to take the time to discuss different options with you. She’ll take the time to help you understand your diagnosis, your medication options, and what current research indicates that you may experience going forward. She’ll ensure that you understand why a particular medication is (or is not) recommended for you.
Brittani is a Board Certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner specializing in psychiatric medication management. She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. After graduating from Carson-Newman University with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing with honors, Brittani worked for four years as a Registered Nurse at an inpatient residential treatment center for adolescents with mental health and behavioral issues. Prior to her nursing career, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Conditions commonly treated (but not limited to): Anxiety; Depression; Bi-polar disorder; PTSD (trauma); Mood instability; ADHD (attention issues); OCD (obsessive and compulsive related disorders); Nightmares; Sleep is-sues; Binge eating disorder; Behavioral issues; Schizophrenia and related disorders; Age-related Cognitive changes; LGBTQ+ affirming; some sub-stance abuse (please ask at scheduling). Ages 13years and older, including geriatrics.
Conditions not treated at this time: Anorexia; Bulimia; Opiate dependence. Under 13years of age.