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Markquetta Jackson DNP, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

Markquetta Jackson DNP, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

10 years of experience

Hello there, I'm Markquetta! Do you ever feel overwhelmed, stressed and drained from daily life and the situations that may arise in it? Are you overthinking, worried, scattered brain, and have racing thoughts? Do you feel sad, moody, and want to isolate yourself from other people? I can help you achieve that sense of calm and mental well-being you are searching for. I can assist with helping you overcome the worries, stress, and sadness of everyday life. Allow me to be a part of your new mental health journey. Balancing everyday life is challenging to say the least. However, I strive to support you in gaining control of your anxiety and depression symptoms. Ultimately, envisioning you as your best self! I know it can be difficult to talk about your feelings, but it's necessary and I'm here to listen. You can schedule with me, feel safe, and trust that I will aim at providing you with the best care possible. Allow me to help you be a BETTER YOU!

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

After meeting with me you will feel a sense of security and a positive outlook on your mental health journey. Overtime, you will have a sense of trust not only in me, but within yourself. You will gain strength mentally and physically to maintain ongoing healthy daily mental health.

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

I normally use medication therapy if indicated and some Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Learning new coping mechanisms and how to channel negative thoughts are vital for mental health wellness.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My biggest strengths are listening and being patient. I've had many patients tell me their providers didn't listen to them. I believe listening to the patient is the most important part of the session. Listening will aid in accurate diagnosis and treatment. Being patient is imperative because each patient will start to feel better in their own time with treatment. Sometimes it takes longer for individuals to respond to medication therapy than others.

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