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90-minute initial evaluations are $300
60-minute extended medication follow-ups are $250
30-minute routine medication follow-ups are $150
*This is not a comprehensive list of fees. All fees are subject to change.
No. She is a psychiatric nurse practitioner with a clinical doctorate degree in advanced nursing practice. In psychiatry, nurse practitioners function similarly to a psychiatrist. Dr. Goodloe APRN can assess, diagnose, treat, provide psychotherapy, and prescribe medication.
With a nurse practitioner, you get the best of both worlds. Studies have proven that nurse practitioners provide quality and effective care with positive patient outcomes.
Dr. Goodloe APRN takes her time and focuses a lot on education and prevention, treating the patient as a whole, in addition to any psychiatric conditions being treated.
No. All sessions are conducted via secure real time video and audio software. This allows you to seek care at a time and place that is most suitable for you. Sessions are conducted no differently than in person visits.
Yes. Dr. Goodloe APRN does offer targeted psychotherapy in combination with medication management, for those who feel they need additional support. Treatment modalities are tailored to the individual's need. If therapy needs are beyond supportive in nature, you may be referred to a psychologist or a licensed therapist.
At this time Dr. Goodloe APRN is fully licensed in Arizona, Maryland, & Washington. Patients must physically be present in the state at the time of their appointment. If the patient is out of the state at the time of their appointment, their appointment will be cancelled, and this will be considered a late cancel/ no show.
We are a Florida based practice therefore our sessions are in Eastern Time (EST/ EDT).
Though Dr. Goodloe is a family psychiatric nurse practitioner, with experience in treating children/ adolescents, adults, & geriatric patients. Services at this time are generally for adults, 18-64 years old. We do provide some services for older adults, 65 years and older. However, depending on their presenting symptoms, care may be better suited with a provider who sub-specializes in geriatric psychiatry.
Dr. Goodloe APRN medically treats various mental health conditions including Anxiety, Bipolar, Disorder, Depression, OCD, and PTSD. However, Dr. Goodloe APRN does not generally treat conditions such as psychotic disorders, eating disorders, or substance abuse.
Dr. Goodloe APRN, as an Air Force veteran herself, additionally specializes in military and veteran mental health conditions affecting service members and their families.
Dr. Goodloe APRN additionally offers supportive care and psychoeducation to help patients better cope with life stressors (i.e., familial, occupational, social etc.) and difficult life transitions. Also, in making healthier choices for your physical and mental wellbeing.
Yes but on 2 conditions. Firstly, to make a definitive diagnosis, this may sometimes require an in-depth neuropsychological evaluation, which we do not provide. If necessary, we can refer you to someone who does. Secondly, first line treatment for ADHD generally involves controlled medications, which we do not prescribe. There are, however, non-controlled medication options that can be used for the treatment of ADHD that we can prescribe if medically necessary.
No. Dr. Goodloe APRN does not prescribe or continue prescriptions for ANY controlled medications. This includes stimulants (i.e. Adderall, Vyvanse, etc.), benzodiazepines (i.e. Ativan, Xanax, Klonopin, etc.) or certain sleep medications (i.e. Ambien, Lunesta).
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