About Nicole Lloyd Johnson, PA
Nicole believes that some form of mindcare is imperative for a sound mind and body. She works hard to provide a safe space and be a source of comfort and stability while giving high quality care to any patient that comes to her for help. She feels it is important to involve patients in the decision-making process when it comes to treatment and takes the time to educate her patients and share her knowledge about mental healthcare. Wanting to make sure that the patient feels comfortable and confident in a treatment plan, she will lay out a few appropriate options and discuss the pros and cons of each with.
Partial List of Specialties
- Adjustment Concerns
- Eating Disorder
- LGBTQ+ Care
- Personality Disorder
- Postpartum Depression
Education & Certifications
– Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Lincoln Memorial University’s Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harrogate, TN
– Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
– Certified in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) and in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
“I brought my daughter to see Nicole. She is having trouble focusing at school and dealing with the separation of her father and me. Nicole was attentive and caring. She really listened. My daughter really wants everyone to think she is happy all the time, but she trusted Nicole enough to let me leave the room and really open up about what was going on. Her father and I feel such a huge relief knowing we have Nicole on our team getting through the days ahead as we try to make a very tough time easier for our daughter.”
“Nicole was amazing. I am a first time patient and she really helped me figure out what I needed and gave me the best help. She made sure I had no questions and really dug deep into my thoughts and feelings. She was incredible.”
“I really connected with Nicole Johnson, I felt like she listened to everything I said and I did not feel uncomfortable at any moment, even talking about some pretty uncomfortable things”