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Angela McGraw DNP, NP (services ON, NB, NS)

Nurse Practitioner

Consulting - Women's Health and Wellness, Medical Form and/or Disability Application - Nurse Practitioner, Other - Medical Weight Loss, Primary Health Care Appointment

Angela McGraw has been a primary health care Nurse Practitioner since 2010, earning a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2019. Her Doctoral scholarly work focused on educating staff about trauma informed care and assessing for adverse childhood experience in primary care (see link below to access). She is registered to practice as a NP in New Brunswick and Ontario. Her clinical interests include women’s health, menopause care, hormone replacement therapy, weight loss, trauma informed care, assessment and management of anxiety, depression, PTSD and PMDD.

Research: https://scholarworks.umass.edu/nursing_dnp_capstone/181/

Jo-Anne Burt, Psychologist (services NB, NS)

Psychologist

Counselling / Psychology / Mental Health

Jo-Anne is a licensed psychologist with the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick (CPNB). She has a Bachelor of Science with Honours, as well as a Masters of Science, in Psychology. Jo-Anne has worked for the department of education, the public health system, and in private practice over the last 15 years. Throughout her career, Jo-Anne has worked with individuals of all ages and has supported clinicians, coworkers, and staff from a variety of organizations. She enjoys working with individuals from different disciplines as well as helping individuals meet their own goals. Jo-Anne uses a person-centered, and trauma-informed, approach to her work. She provides a safe, accepting, and non-judgemental space for individuals and uses a variety of evidence-supported therapy models. Some of her more regularly used treatment approaches include cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), solution focused brief therapy (SFBT), and motivational interviewing (MI). Jo-Anne has also completed training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and some of these therapeutic techniques with individuals. Jo-Anne currently works with adults (i.e., individuals 18 years of age and older) with a variety of mental health concerns including anxiety and depression, ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), traumatic stress, and psychosis. Jo-Anne also provides psychodiagnostic testing to adults This type of testing is used to identify an individual’s current difficulties and to provide specific treatment recommendations. A diagnosis is also sometimes provided with this sort of testing. Common areas assessed in psychodiagnostic testing include: anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, symptoms of psychosis, personality disorders, and traumatic stress disorders (like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).

Natasha Stephen NP, IBCLC (services NB, NS)

Nurse Practitioner, Certified Lactation Consultant

Lactation Consultation, Medical Form and/or Disability Application - Nurse Practitioner, Primary Health Care Appointment

Natasha Stephen is a nurse practitioner and lactation consultant with more than 20-years of experience. She is a primary care provider who works with patients of all ages and backgrounds. She diagnoses, treats and manages acute and chronic health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, anxiety, and depression while emphasizing health promotion and disease prevention. Natasha specializes in breastfeeding and supports families from pregnancy through the early years. She practices with empathy and takes time to know her patients.

Shelley Cormier

OT

Occupational Therapy

Evidenced Based Care, Compassionate Care, Accessible Care

What is a Nurse Practitioner?

Nurse practitioners, as autonomous health professionals with advanced education, provide essential health services grounded in professional, ethical and legal standards. They integrate their in-depth knowledge of advanced nursing practice and theory, health management, health promotion and disease/injury prevention, and other relevant biomedical and psychosocial theories to provide comprehensive health services. Nurse practitioners work in collaboration with their clients and other health care providers in the provision of high quality patient-centered care. They work with diverse client populations, in a variety of contexts and practice settings (NANB). Visit our National Association, Provincial Regulatory Body and Provincial Interest Group to learn more.

Our philosophy at Atlantic House Calls Inc.

To provide compassionate, collaborative care, that focuses on the individuals health and wellness goals.

We work collaboratively with our clients in meeting their health care needs that are tailored to their health and wellness goals. We ensure a safe consultative environment for communication by utilizing a trauma informed, and culturally sensitive approach to delivery of care. We believe in providing our clients with evidence based information, education and practice recommendations, allowing them to make an informed decision about their care. 

How We Got Started

Our clinic was born out of our owners, Angela and Mark McGraws' passion in helping individuals and their familiy improve their health and focus on health promotion, disease prevention and wellness. We recognized the need for a holistic and patient-centered approach to health and wellness care, leading us to establishing a private multidiscplinary practice where comprehensive, collaborative care and compassion converge in an effort to improve longterm wellness.

CBC article featuring Atlantic House Calls NB Health Council Article

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