The philosophy that guides her practice with clients is person centered treatment using her set of skills as a trained Clinical Nurse Practitioner to ensure patient care in a safe and effective manner. She works with children, adolescents, adults and the geriatric population. She views psychiatric care as a partnership between her clients and herself, as the provider. Within the partnership, she believes in holistic care for a child, adolescent or adult and often with a family. Within this partnership, She believes that the reasons for the prompt care, is equally as important for the clients and the family members or friends involved. In her clinical practice, she strives to integrate several therapeutic perspectives which include careful consideration for the importance of fluctuating mental states, the client’s relationship with others, financial status, and access to health care. She strives to develop an understanding of the interconnection of an individual’s biology, body, and their psychology. Understanding this is key. She believes that therapeutic partnerships aid us in this process. Sherita Wallace is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. She started her career as a Registered Nurse where she worked with the Geriatric population at Alliance Health Center for 6-7 years, as a nursing supervisor at East Mississippi State Hospital for a year, as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Intouch Psychological Services for 1 ½ years, and she is currently working in private practice at The Chadwick Mental Health Clinic in Meridian Mississippi. She has earned her Master's degree in Nursing and a Bachelor's Degree in Biological Science. Her training experiences in both large metropolitan areas and very rural areas with limited access to health care have ignited a passion to provide access to affordable, quality mental health care no matter where a patient may be located. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and taking trips.
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