Psychiatric Mental Health Practitioner Certificate
The Psychiatric Mental Health Practitioner Certificate is designed for graduate prepared (MN or DNP) and licensed advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) with current national certification in another nursing specialty area (e.g., family nurse practitioner) to add an additional (stackable) population practice focus credential and become nationally certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
Program Learning Outcomes
Conduct comprehensive systematic psychiatric assessments in complex situations.
Apply selected therapeutic modalities for individuals, groups psychotherapy, and the integration of multicultural skills for health promotion and management of mental health problems and psychiatric disorders.
Demonstrate appropriate evidence-based use of psychopharmacology concepts in the psychiatric care and management of individuals and families.
Demonstrate expertise, specialized knowledge, and expanded responsibility and accountability in the advanced psychiatric care and management of individuals and families.
Program of Study
|NRSG 629||Introduction to Advanced Practice Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing||2|
|NRSG 630||Adv Psychopharm II||3|
|NRSG 631||Advanced Clinical I – Psych/Mental Health||6|
|NRSG 632||Advanced Clinical II: Psychotherapeutic Modalities||6|
|NRSG 633||Advanced Clinical III, Psych/Mental Health||6|
|NRSG 634||Advanced Clinical IV, NP, Psych/Mental Health||8|