Graduating with honors from Case Western Reserve University and since recognized for his outstanding and superior patient care, Jonathan encourages a team approach and wants patients to be involved in their treatment decisions. Mental health can affect both the mind and the physical body, and the goal of treatment should aim to improve overall quality of life while using the least amount of medications possible.
Jonathan is passionate about educating his patients and inviting them to recognize their inner strengths and weaknesses in a safe, nonjudgmental, and welcoming environment. Psychiatric medications can be complex but hopefully everyone can better understand the risks and benefits of their treatment.
It’s important that patients know their experiences are valid and real. Jonathan hopes to build a partnership with his patients and work with them to feel as if they have a better control over their depression, attention and focus, anxiety, or other mental health challenges.
Jonathan’s a new father and loves to introduce his son to the awesomeness that is Colorado. Hobbies include music, learning new languages, and taking care of his dogs, and spending time with friends and family
Qualifications and experience
- Languages spoken
Case Western Reserve University (2019)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year American Nurses Credentialing Center Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 2019
- Clinical interest for patients
ADHD, Anxiety disorders, Mood disorders, Identity formation, LGBTQIA+ ally, adolescents and young adults, psychiatric management of acute and chronic mental illness
- Research interest for patients
Logotherapy and its potential benefits for overall identification of purpose and meaning in ones life .
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