Courtney Subudhi

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You can’t pour from an empty cup. Taking care of your mental health is as important as caring for your body, so let’s work together to help you feel your best. After almost two decades in health care with half of that time as a certified nurse midwife and family nurse practitioner, I have seen the consequences in my community from lack of access to mental health services. Hoping to make a difference, I returned to school to become certified as a psychiatric mental-health nurse practitioner.


Having the privilege to work alongside women and their families has helped shape me into a clinician who is able to provide a safe, non-judgmental space to have your voice heard, allowing me to formulate a tailored plan of care that’s right for you. I believe in taking a holistic approach which may include medications, diet, exercise, and self-care measures. Collaborating with other members of your healthcare team such as therapists and primary care providers are also part of the plan of care as they allow us to see the bigger picture, giving you optimal results. Knowing that education is power, treatment options and goals are discussed thoroughly, allowing you to bean active participant in your care.


My educational background includes a Doctor of Nursing Practice, a Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in midwifery, and a post-graduate certificate from Frontier Nursing University. An additional post-graduate certificate in psychiatric-mental health was obtained from Wilkes University.  Additionally, I received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Indiana State University. I am triple board certified as a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner, nurse midwife, and family nurse practitioner. Believing in the importance of educating our future health care providers, I currently serve as a faculty member teaching future nurse practitioners.