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Medication Management

 "My dark days made me strong. Or maybe I was already strong and they made me prove it." - Emory Lord

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Mental Health Medication Management

Medications may be indicated when your mental symptoms are not responsive to psychotherapy alone. When a mental illness markedly impacts your ability to work, maintain interpersonal relationships, or properly care for your basic needs, medication may offer much-needed relief. Overall, we are strong proponents of the bio-psycho-social model of medical treatment. Treatment that considers your biological status, genetics, your psychological development, and social issues together will yield the best chance for success in achieving your goal.

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Brendon Paul, APRN, PMHNP-BC, LMSW

Brendon Paul is both a licensed master’s level social-worker (LMSW), and an ANCC board certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP-BC). 

 He is focused on the provision of holistic, research informed practice and patient-centered mental health care to all ages.  This focus is grounded in a desire to provide ethical care that is reflective of the values of social justice, human dignity, diversity and inclusivity.  As a nurse, he has over eleven years of experience caring for adults in the psychiatric, renal (hemo/peritoneal-dialysis) and surgical specialties. He then went on to obtain his MSN (2022), from Wilkes University’s Passan School of Nursing, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.  

When away from the professional setting, Brendon is an avid lifelong student of history and enjoys travel that informs and teaches about different experiences.  He is also a devoted father.

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