Hollie-Anne Stanwood received her Undergraduate at University of Maine Fort Kent. Upon completion of her board exam she worked in multiple acute care settings over the course of 5 years. These include, Acute Cardiac Care, ICU, ED, PACU, Outpatient Surgery along with settling as a RN in a psychiatric outpatient medication management clinic before finishing her masters. During this time Hollie-Anne attended Walden University where she completed her Master’s of Nursing degree. Hollie-Anne now practices as a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in the State of Maine. She is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and holds a DEA license for prescription privileges. She is licensed to see patients across the lifespan but specializes in adults.
Skills and Specializations:
Hollie-Anne provides psychiatric evaluations and medication management for a variety of mental health disorders including, but not limited to, anxiety disorders, depression, and bipolar disorder with a strong and eager interest in pursuing addiction medicine. Hollie-Anne has worked with adults in outpatient medication management and children, adolescents and adults on an inpatient level. She has the research based knowledge, skills and experience to assess, diagnose, treat, and provide psychiatric care for clients with psychiatric and substance use treatment needs.
Hollie-Anne is very passionate about bringing awareness to mental illness and believes if we all have a better understanding of our own psychology we can learn to turn the negative into positive and live a
more fulfilled life, even through the inevitable challenges.
Received a leadership recognition award from Walden University