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Solange Adangwa, PMHNP


As a PMHNP, I play a vital role in helping mental health patients by providing expert diagnosis, personalized treatment, ongoing support, and collaborative care aimed at improving their symptoms, functioning, and quality of life. These can be achieved by performing thorough assessments, which may include interviews, observation, and sometimes psychological testing, to understand the patient’s symptoms, history, and circumstances. develop individualized treatment plans tailored to the patient’s specific needs, preferences, and goals. These plans may include medication management, psychotherapy, lifestyle modifications, and other interventions. collaborating with other healthcare providers, such as psychologists, social workers, nurses, and primary care physicians, to ensure comprehensive and coordinated care

I want my patients to know that I am dedicated to their well-being, committed to providing them with high-quality care, and invested in supporting them on their mental health and healing journey. I would want my patients to understand my approach to treatment and the theoretical frameworks or modalities I use in my practice. This might include psychotherapy techniques, medication management strategies, or other interventions I employ to address their mental health needs. I believe in building a collaborative relationship with my patients based on trust, empathy, and mutual respect. I want them to know that I see them as active participants in their treatment and value their input, preferences, and goals. Patients’ privacy and confidentiality are paramount in our therapeutic relationship. I adhere to ethical and legal standards regarding confidentiality. I want my patients to feel confident they can share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences with me in a safe and confidential space. Lastly, I want my patients to know that I approach their concerns with an open-minded and non-judgmental attitude. Regardless of their background, experiences, or struggles, I am here to support them without passing judgment.