Nashae Handy, PMHNP-BC
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Severna Park
Nashae Handy is a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) and family nurse practitioner (FNP), from Bel Air Maryland. Who works with adults, geriatrics, and adolescents to provide care for patients that suffer from ADHD, anxiety, depression, cognitive impairments, substance use disorder and mood disorders. Certified registered nurse practitioner (CRNP) Nashae Handy, has extensive experience with psychotropic medication management including medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder and has been a board-certified nurse practitioner for 7 years with focus on mental health for over 5 years.
Nashae Handy, CRNP, treatment approach is rooted in gold standard evidence-based practice that focuses on patient centered care. Nashae Handy, CRNP studied at Walden University, where she obtained a Master of Science in Nursing and at University of Cincinnati where she obtained a post master’s certification for psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner. She has also worked in inpatient, and outpatient practice’s the last 7 years, where she established her evidence base practices with current standard of care for holistic and non-holistic treatment that has been a crucial part of her practice and her patient’s success and progress. Nashae Handy, CRNP main goals for her patients include empowering them to be successful and overcoming obstacles in all aspects of life including work, family and/or relationships. She believes that in her practice, her patients can improve their quality of life. Nashae Handy, CRNP has a unique view and experience with psychotropic medication management that will result in overall improvement in one’s quality of life. Using best evidence-based practices, Nashae Handy, CRNP has excelled in her practice because she prioritizes each patient individual needs to help them reach their goals and provides a safe and non-judgmental environment to do so.
Nashae Handy, CRNP enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. She is inspired by her patient’s willingness to seek help and wants that same inspiration to translate to her patient’s treatment.