Adults 18-64, Veterans & Military Families, Trauma, Mood Disorders, & Anxiety
Board Certifications/ Licenses
Jade Goodloe is a doctorate prepared and board-certified family psychiatric nurse practitioner with years of experience in psychiatry. She has spent the last several years as an active-duty service member in the United States Air Force where she provided mental health services to men and women in uniform, retirees, and their dependents. Additionally, she served as the Medical Director of the Wright Patterson Air Force Base Mental Health Clinic's Intensive Outpatient Program.
Jade has been a nurse for over 10 years and has a well diverse nursing background. She found her passion, however, in mental health. She has worked and trained extensively in crisis stabilization and has worked with the underserved communities as well.
Jade understands psychiatry is not "one size fits all." She offers care that is individually tailored by taking an evidence-based and holistic approach that incorporates elements of CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), mindfulness, & more. Jade provides a safe place for you to just be yourself and express how you feel freely. You can expect that she will actively listen, not judge, and sincerely care about and respect your needs and concerns.
I'm a wife and a mother, who enjoys REAL football (soccer), being in or around the water, and movies (80's action comedies, Harry Potter- Slytherin & Proud, and anything Star Wars & Marvel). I also love to read, travel/road trip, and bake.
Breaking down barriers and de-stigmatizing mental healthcare, authenticating the patient provider relationship, and empowering individuals to thrive not just survive.
I am considered a prescriber by trade; however, medications are only one of the many treatment options. When it comes to medications, I will never force anyone to do anything they're not comfortable with. I will provide you with as much education and resources as possible and answer any questions you have so that you can make an informed decision regarding medications and treatment moving forward. Ultimately, I want you to make the best decision for you. Medications can be life changing for some and not so effective for others. I prioritize a nonpharmacological approach as much as possible with an emphasis on psychoeducation and supportive therapy so my patients can learn the skills and have the tools they need to cope more effectively with their mental health and general life stressors with or without medication. I know a lot of people fear coming to mental health, especially psychiatry, due to concerns with being over medicated or losing their sense of self. When possible, I will always strive to use the least number of medications at the lowest most effective dose for my patients so they may function at their highest ability without feeling weighed down by their medications.
This is a safe space. There is nothing you could say to me that would make me think less of you. I don't judge. I know that talking about things that hurt are hard. This is your appointment, your treatment, you can disclose whatever you're comfortable with. Yes, I am thorough, but I don't expect you to tell me your entire life story on our first meeting, but the more I know the more I can help and at any point in time during treatment with me if there is something you're not comfortable talking to me about, its ok, you don't have to.
Disclaimer: We do not offer afterhours or emergency services, in the event that you require immediate assistance or feel that you may be a danger to yourself, or others, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.
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