Margaret Parker, NP

Age Range: 18-25, 25-65, 65+

Types of Services: Medication Management

State and Insurance: California | Aetna, California | Cigna, California | MHN (HealthNet), California | Molina, California | Optum, California | Self-Pay, New York | Aetna, New York | Braven Medicare, New York | Cigna, New York | Horizon BC/BS, New York | Horizon Medicare, New York | Optum, New York | Self-Pay

Margaret Parker is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner offering services to adults in New York and California. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in mood disorders, anxiety disorders and schizophreniaMargaret believes that people should be provided with the opportunity to reach their full potential. As a mental health professional, she possesses the skills to nurture and provide holistic care to patients suffering from mental health disabilities. In addition, her profession grants her the opportunity to provide clients with a chance to grow and live a more fulfilling life. 

Margaret‘s interest in mental and behavioral health care developed while living in Sierra Leon during her formative yearsShe saw how Sierra Leon suffered from a lack of mental health professionals; with a population of over seven million people, the country only had two psychiatrists, two clinical psychologists and 19 mental health nursesShe witnessed individuals with mental disorders be discriminated against, stigmatized and marginalized. Many individuals were also subjected to emotional and physical abuse in institutions and in their own communities. Margaret decided to pursue a career in mental health to fully understand mental disabilities and bring about change. 

Margaret enjoys cooking, reading and traveling. 

“When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece.”—John Ruskin 

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