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In particular, I value helping clients incorporate nutrition, exercise, social and spiritual approaches to achieve optimal mental health, regardless of the underlying condition.""I'm Dr.

Kathleen Voelsing and I am a psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner.

I believe an individual’s mental health should be prioritized due to the strong link between poor mental health and poor physical health.

""I graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago and received my Doctor of Nursing Practice with a specialty in Family Medicine.

Basically, anyone that needs a helping hand in their mental health journey. Whether you are suffering from anxiety or panic attacks due to a stressful job or are falling behind in school because you just can’t focus, whether you are new in town and looking for help, or whether you are depressed or have ADHD, we can help you! ""We are a group of passionate individuals who help and guide other people in their mental health journey.

Basically, anyone that needs a helping hand in their mental health journey. Whether you are suffering from anxiety or panic attacks due to a stressful job or are falling behind in school because you just can’t focus, whether you are new in town and looking for help, or whether you are depressed or have ADHD, we can help you! ""I graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago and received my Doctor of Nursing Practice with a specialty in Family Medicine.

""I specialize in the treatment of Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD) in adults and adolescents over 16 years old.

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I completed my Family Nurse Practitioner degree at Regis University.I specialize in evidence-based treatment of bipolar, depressive, anxiety, and psychotic disorders for patients 16 years and up.I have substantial experience with individuals struggling with addiction, trauma issues, eating disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).The most effective treatment plan may include work-life balance, nutrition and sleep strategies, addressing, avoiding or adapting to triggers, in addition to multiple psychotherapies.

When needed, medications with the lowest side effects, easiest to use, most predictably effective & not addictive are recommended.Ultimately, it is up to each person to decide which strategies they will use to achieve wellness.""Although carefully chosen medications can quickly achieve much needed relief of anxiety, depression, insomnia and trauma symptoms, a thorough evaluation can also identify many opportunities for improvement without medications.