"You can't go back and change the beginning but you can start now and change the ending."
MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Hanna is a board-certified child, adolescent, and adult Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) recognized for her clinical expertise in inpatient and outpatient settings. She has undergraduate degrees from the University of Wyoming in Biology and Nursing and earned a Master’s of Science in Nursing with a Psychiatric Mental Health specialization, graduating top of her class at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus.
Hanna has many years of experience in various settings, most recently working with patients with severe and chronic conditions such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, bipolar disorder and psychosis. She also served eight years in the Air National Guard and spent a summer in Honduras on a Medical Mission.
Hanna can provide several specialized approaches, depending on your situation and what works best for you. Her philosophy is that wellness is multidimensional and encompasses lifestyle, the environment, and spiritual and mental well-being. She combines conventional medicine with natural and holistic treatment methods to identify and treat the root causes of mental illness. While possessing acute, active listening skills and an innate desire to improve the lives of others, Hanna performs a careful, comprehensive evaluation to develop the most individualized treatment possible. She is well studied in fundamental organic healing modalities and the effects of ketamine infusion therapy.
Hanna is driven to alleviate suffering in patients who struggle with anxiety, addiction, or mood disorders. She welcomes the opportunity to help anyone through their personal journey toward improved health and recovery.
Some of Hanna’s hobbies include trying new cuisines and cooking. When she is not working, she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time outside with her three spoiled rotten corgis- Sampson, Delilah, and Juniper.
MSN, APRN, CRNA
I grew up in Montana and Northern Wyoming. The opportunities for participating in small-town sports, enjoying the outdoors, and learning to work hard were priceless; what a great part of the country to be a kid!
After completing my nursing degree from Brigham Young University in 2007, I joined the Air Force as a registered nurse. Entering a career that helps others is already rewarding but serving those that protect our country is even better. I earned a master’s degree in anesthesia in 2012 from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, graduating at the top of my class with a 4.0 GPA. After many moves, a one-year tour in South Korea, and ten years in the military, my family decided to put down roots and move back to the mountain west. Thankfully we found Helena and have enjoyed all that Montana has to offer
I’ve had several family members and friends who have had severe struggles with mental health disorders throughout the years. After learning about the possible life-changing benefits of ketamine for mental health, a common drug that I have used almost daily in my anesthetics, I developed a strong desire to make it more available to those who need it the most. I look forward to working with you and helping you write your own success story.
Sarah Stockham Johnson
MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Sarah is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP-BC) providing tele-heath appointments. She has undergraduate degrees from Clemson University and Colorado State University and graduated top of her class with a Master’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Sarah provides mental health medication evaluation and management with an emphasis on integrative practices and a functional medicine approach. She focuses on both physical and mental health issues and assesses how they may be related.
Sarah will provide guidance, expertise, and treatment approaches to help manage mental health disorders like anxiety, PTSD/trauma, depression, concentration issues, and insomnia. Sarah utilizes evidence-based practices and will carefully consider new and emerging treatments as well as combining conventional or traditional therapies with functional medicine therapies to treat the person with a holistic approach. Sarah has a conservative approach to medications and will only prescribe if necessary and will use the lowest effective dose.
Sarah’s philosophy of care is person centered and holistic, strategically using medications and other non-pharmacological modalities to include supplements, diet and lifestyle coaching. Sarah most commonly utilizes CBT, DBT, and mindfulness therapeutic modalities in the treatment plan and she has additional education and certifications in nutritional psychiatry and CBT for insomnia (CBT-I).
Sarah has over 15 years nursing experience in various settings including military and civilian health care settings around the world as she was in the US Army for 8 years. Sarah enjoys working with diverse populations and is committed to being a culturally competent provider. Her goal is to build a respectful alliance where you’ll feel genuine connection, authentic caring, and collaboration in your treatment plan to attaining your goals.
MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Ashley is a kindhearted, driven Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) that grew up in the heart of Montana.
She first earned her BS in Nursing from the University of Jamestown, ND and has gained a vast amount of knowledge while working in the Intensive Care Unit, Hospice, and Psychiatry. She earned her MS in Nursing from Walden University and is ANCC board-certified across the lifespan.
Growing up in Montana has taught her valuable life lessons and given her priceless opportunities to grow and experience this thing called life. Living life on the edge, Ashley enjoys outdoor activities that includes hiking, hunting, fishing, snowboarding, and camping.
When Ashley is not living life on the edge, she dedicates herself to hard work and helping others. She exemplifies independence, leadership, has great critical thinking skills, and is an invaluable member of the team. She has an innate ability to connect with patients and families, can provide care that is clinically efficient, compassionate, and gentle, and is ready to help you in achieving your goals.
I was born and raised in Pueblo, Colorado, and from a young age, I knew I wanted to work in healthcare. When my great grandfather was diagnosed with end-stage cancer, I watched how his nurses cared for him, and I knew that I wanted to be an RN. I started working in a hospital in the Women’s Services unit before completing my RN degree. There I worked as a secretary, OB tech, LPN, and RN. I cared for babies, gynecological surgeries, postpartum, pregnant, and laboring moms. I remained there for nine years before leaving to move to Germany with my husband, who was on active duty in the army. Since then, we have lived in Southern Utah, where we welcomed our daughter and now reside in Montana, our forever home.
One of my favorite tasks as a nurse has been educating my patients. I firmly believe that healing not only your mind but also your body can help you find greater balance and well-being in all areas of your life.
I love baking, crafting, and spending time with my family.