I came to the Seattle area in 2016 from my home town of Chicago.
I received my associates in nursing from City Colleges of Chicago, Harry S Truman College. I received my bachelors in nursing from Loyola University Chicago. Finally attending graduate school and getting my Masters degree in nursing from St Francis University, Joliet Illinois.
My bedside experience before becoming a nurse practitioner was rewarding and fulfilling. I've had the priviledge of working most of my bedside in the Emergency Department. Additional experience working in Intensive Care and Psychiatric Units.
Our values focus on working with the entire person. Listening first to understand the concerns, values, and goals of the individual. Looking beyond symptom management, looking at lifestyle, sleep, nutrition, and interpersonal relationships.
Individuals can get stuck as they're trying to navigate and heal through challenging experiences or memories. We provide guidance and support as the individual moves through these emotions and experiences, helping them on their path of healing.
We strive to de-center health and healing away from privilege and bias. We offer support and inclusion to marginalized communities and identities, including LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, disabled, kink, non-monogamous, and all religious and spiritual identities.
Video visits for medical management and therapy may be offered depending on treatment plan