Patti Rodgers, PMHNP-BC

Patti Rodgers, PMHNP-BC

 
About

Patti Rodgers, MSN, RN, PMHNP-BC, is a psychiatric nurse practitioner offering mental health services to adults in Colorado and Florida. Patti has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations include anxiety and panic disorders, bipolar disorders, mood disorders, post-partum depression, menopausal issues, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, adult and geriatric psychiatry and women’s health. Patti believes mental wellness guides every aspect of our lives and is often taken for granted. Through the power of the therapeutic relationship, she believes everyone has the ability to make positive changes in their world, no matter how great or small.

She became interested in mental health care during a nursing school rotation in psychiatry and mental health. She felt a need to advocate for those suffering with mental illness and desired to make an impact in their lives through furthering the cause to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues.

Patti enjoys playing the piano and the tambourine. One of her hobbies is boating and she has traveled through many canals and small lakes in Germany. She also loves to dance and aspires to learn salsa dancing.

Specialties
  • Adult
  • Anxiety/Phobias
  • Mood Disorders
  • Women's Issues and Health
States
  • DE-Delaware
Accepted Insurances
  • Delaware | Humana Gold Plus
  • Delaware | Humana Gold Plus SNP-DE
  • Delaware | Humana Honor
  • Delaware | HumanaChoice
Age Ranges
  • 18-25
  • 25-65
  • 65
Services Provided
  • Medication Management

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