For our clients in the Partial Hospitalization Program in Washington, DC, we provide psychiatric evaluations and weekly psychiatric follow-ups with our provider below. For all other outpatient programs, we with trusted colleagues have extensive experience with clients suffering from eating disorders.
Arielle Brooks, MSN, FNP-C, CEN – Family Nurse Practitioner, D.C.
Arielle is an Ohio native who moved to the DC Metro area to receive her Bachelors in Nursing from Howard University. She has spent several years as a registered nurse in Washington, D.C. working within the emergency department. With a desire to further her education, Arielle studied at the University of Cincinnati to become a nurse practitioner shortly after beginning her nursing career. She continues to work within emergency care and now holds a certification as an emergency nurse through the Emergency Nurses Association. She also holds certifications in NIH Stroke, Non-violent Crisis Intervention, and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support in both adult and pediatric patients. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, an international honor society of Nursing, as well as Chi Eta Phi, a nursing sorority. In her spare time Arielle enjoys traveling, mentoring nursing students, and reading.
Juyeon Shin, PMHNP-BC – Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Baltimore, Maryland
Juyeon is a board-certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She received her master’s degree from the University of Florida, and specializes in the treatment of eating disorder, mood disorder, anxiety disorder, schizophrenia. And PTSD. She has many years of experience treating moderate to severe psychiatric disorders in several settings including, inpatient, outpatient, residential programs and long-term care. She is an expert in psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, medication treatment, laboratory analysis or psychotherapy. She provides patients the highest level of care with collaborative and integrative treatments. When not working, you can find her travelling somewhere fun and exciting.
Nelvin Glenn Ison, CRNP – Family Nurse Practitioner, Baltimore
Nelvin, who like to go by Glenn, was born in the Islands of the Philippines where he finished his Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Perpetual Help College of Nursing in Manila. He trained as an inpatient and emergency department nurse at Philippine Heart Center. He moved in the United States in 2008 where he worked in Progressive Care Unit and has been an ER nurse since 2012. He decided to further his nursing education and completed the FNP program at Walden University, and now holds certification on BLS, ACLS, and PALS. Glenn believes that mental health and physical health is a balance, and only then do you have good health. An Abingdon resident, Glenn is married with three sons and spends his non-work hours with them at home doing whatever his wife has planned for him.
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