My Philosophy

I seek nurse practitioners passionate about delivering top-tier mental healthcare to patients through a collaborative relationship with a provider. With extensive experience across various settings, including private practice, consulting, inpatient and outpatient facilities, detox and telemedicine, I have developed a strong foundation in mental health treatment. My success in managing psychiatric patients, providing consultative services, leading multidisciplinary teams, and directing and improving psychiatric services is a testament to my clinical expertise and dedication to excellence. I am also running some latest clinical trials for psychiatric medications.

Beyond my professional achievements, I am a dedicated and compassionate healthcare worker who places the needs of my patients first. I am excited about the possibility of collaborating with you to improve the provision of mental healthcare and aid your patients on their path to wellness. To give those in need the best care possible, we can work together, learn from one another, and develop. Let’s collaborate to improve the quality of life for our patients.

Meet Dr. Padder

Clinical setting

Types of Collaboration Offered

    Based on my prior interactions, I have found three types of NPs. You can choose the corresponding training/supervision/preceptorship depending on which group you fall in. All three groups below will ensure NPs are very comfortable with psychopharmacology without hesitation, so I can guarantee that this will be the best investment for your future.

Types of Collaboration/ Training Offered

Group 1

 

Group 2

 

Group 3

 

Group 4

 

OUTLINE OF THE COLLABORATION/ TRAINING

GOALS OF COLLABORATION/TRAINING

OBJECTIVES OF COLLABORATION

COLLABORATING SERVICES PROVIDED

Orientation

  • Introduction to the NP role, responsibilities, and scope of practice in a mental health setting, including history, evolution, and various settings.
  • A discussion of the development and history of psychiatric nursing and an outline of the many mental health care settings in which NPs may work are possible inclusions.

Assessment and Diagnosis lectures

  • Using suitable tools and techniques, including mental status examinations, organized diagnostic interviews, psychological testing, and a review of DSM-5 diagnostic criteria is crucial for conducting thorough psychiatric evaluations and arriving at precise diagnoses.
  • Psychopharmacology lectures

  • Psychopharmacotherapy involves evaluating the effectiveness and side effects of drugs used to treat mood and anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, and substance use disorders.
  • Therapeutic Interventions

  • Psychotherapeutic techniques are supported by research, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and humanistic therapy, as well as instruction on conducting effective psychotherapy sessions.
  • Crisis Management

  • Training on de-escalation strategies, emergency interventions, and the role of nurse practitioners in responding to crises and managing crises, among other helpful crisis management techniques.
  • Ethics and Professionalism

  • Discussing pertinent laws and regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, as well as ethical and legal problems, such as informed consent, confidentiality, and autonomy, is crucial for the NP role.
  • Clinical Supervision

  • Ongoing performance evaluation and feedback.
  • Therapeutic Interventions:

  • Psychotherapeutic techniques are supported by research, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and humanistic therapy, as well as instruction on conducting effective psychotherapy sessions.
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