Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses Directory

  • The following practices are all based in or near Austin, TX

    Erica Navaira

    Subspecialty/special interests:
    child and adolescent psychiatry, trauma, holistic approaches to wellness

    Area of Austin Metro you are located in:
    Round Rock TX, 78664

    Practice setting is at a community mental health agency.

    Practice philosophy:
    Erica’s practice philosophy is to always consider the whole person when developing a plan of care to address mental health needs. She believes that each client’s preference, choice, and voice are paramount to recovery from mental illness and approaches medication management collaboratively with clients. This approach is balanced by evidence-based clinical practice. Erica is committed to keeping up with practice guidelines and scientific evidence to guide clinical decision-making.

    Suzanne H. Grantham

    Subspecialty/special interests- adult psychiatry, treatment resistant depression, Bipolar Spectrum Disorders, Perinatal and Postpartum Depression (if any; e.g.: substance use disorders, geriatric psychiatry, child/adolescent psychiatry):

    Area of Austin Metro you are located in: West Lake Hills

    1101 S. Capital of Texas Hwy Bldg. A, Suite 200
    Westlake Hills, TX 78746


    Insurances your practice accepts and/or whether you can see private pay:
    BCBS Cigna

    Practice philosophy:
    As an advanced practice nurse, Suzanne is committed to providing holistic, patient-centered, and evidenced-based care. Suzanne believes strongly in an integrated model of care, and works in partnership with clients, other healthcare providers and psychotherapists to achieve the best outcomes.

    Suzanne is devoted to keeping up with the latest research by frequently attending conferences and honing psychotherapy skills with continued training. She enjoys participating in a bimonthly collaborative consultation group with other psychotherapists she holds in high regard. She is an active member of the Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses of Austin and the primary state representative for psychiatric nurses at the Coalition for Nurses in Advanced Practice.

    Link to professional/practice website:

    Katherine Van Noy
    Area of Austin Metro you are located in: South Austin

    Austin Travis County Integral Care
    5015 South I-35, Ste. 200
    Austin, TX 78744


    Insurances your practice accepts and/or whether you can see private pay: any/all, do not need to have insurance.

    Practice philosophy:
    Integral Care’s mission is to improve the lives of people affected by behavioral health and developmental and/or intellectual challenges.

    Link to professional/practice website:

    Susan Calloway

    Subspecialty/special interests:
    child/adolescent psychiatry & geriatric psychiatry:

    Area of Austin Metro you are located in:
    Northwest Austin for child/adolescent clients and central Texas long term care centers for geriatric clients.

    Physical address of your primary practice site (this is the address that visitors to our site can hopefully reference if they are looking for providers near them). 4131 Spicewood Springs Road, Bldng. L. Suite 2, Austin, TX 78759


    Insurances your practice accepts and/or whether you can see private pay: Many insurance plans accepted- call office

    Practice philosophy: My role is to work as a partner with clients and families in reaching to their maximum potential. My responsibility is to provide the most current, evidence-based information regarding options for treating mental health issues. My commitment is to holistic, comprehensive, individualized care.

    Link to professional/practice website:

    Dr. Calloway is a professor at Frontier Nursing University teaching psychiatric-mental health care and pharmacology and is dually certified as a family nurse practitioner as well as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Her research interest is mental health promotion in children and adolescents in primary care settings. She is an appointed member of the Texas Behavioral Health Integration Commission and is on the board of the Texas Rural Health Association. Her humanitarian efforts have been in Haiti and most recently working in Swaziland with children orphaned by AIDS.

    Camille Watson

    Adolescent (age15 and above) and adult psychiatry

    North Central Austin
    3636 Executive Center Dr., Ste 158
    Ausrin, TX 78731


    BCBS, United Healthcare, Aetna and self pay

    I provide a collaborative holistic approach in treating a variety of mental health issues with a focus on patient education.

    Meredith Tompkins

    Subspecialty/special interests : Adults 18+, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, addictions (behavioral/substance), mood cycling, OCD.

    Area of Austin Metro you are located in: NW, NE, SW, SE, Northwest

    3636 Executive Center Dr. – Suite G70
    Austin, TX 78731


    Insurances your practice accepts and/or whether you can see private pay:
    Blue Cross and private pay

    Practice philosophy:
    Specialty is combined medication management and therapy into a single 45-minute appointment. Medication management alone is also offered in a 30 minute appointment. Therapy approaches include CBT, psychodynamic, and ACT.

    Link to professional/practice website:

    Meredith Tompkins

    Pondworks Psychiatry
    3636 Executive Center Dr. – Suite G70
    Austin, TX 78731
    ph: 512.371.9555
    fax: 512.382.7137

    Jaime Nelson
    Psychiatric Associates of Central Texas

    7001 Mira Loma Lane
    Austin TX 78723


    Jaime Nelson provides psychiatric medication management and psychotherapy to adults in the Austin area and surrounding communities. Her clients are individuals residing in long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities or those receiving rehabilitation in a skilled nursing facility. Her primary focus is on patients living with neurocognitive disorders, mood disorders, behavior disorders and psychotic disorders.


    Ricki Robinson

    Area of Austin Metro you are located in:
    South Austin

    Physical address of your primary practice site:
    3625 Manchaca Rd Suite #303,
    Austin, TX 78704


    Insurances your practice accepts and/or whether you can see private pay: Private pay, Cigna, United Health Care, BCBS

    Practice philosophy: Ricki Robinson’s goal is to assist each patient towards optimal wellness by compassionate, and non-judgmental listening in addition to medication management. She is dedicated about working collaboratively with each patient to achieve their own unique needs and goals. Special interests include mood disorders.

    Lorraine L. Papa,
    PhD, APRN

    Advanced Practice Nurse: PsychMentalHealth CNS with prescriptive Authority – Texas

    Master Psychopharmacology Certification- Neuropsychiatric Institute -Steven Stahl MD, PhD

    American Nurses Credentialing Center National Certifications

    1. Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.

    2. Clinical Nurse Specialist in Child and Adolescent

    Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing

    Subspecialty/special interests:
    I have a special interest in mood and anxiety disorders including bipolar and bipolar spectrum disorders. I enjoy integrating supportive and cognitive therapy with medication management.

    Area of Austin:
    Downtown Area–
    710 West Avenue
    Austin 78701

    This is between 7th and 8th one block east of Lamar.


    My practice is fee for service. I do not accept any insurance. The first visit is $300; subsequent visits are $125 to $200 depending on the time allotted. I will provide Superbills for those who wish to file with their own insurance company. I am considered out of network.

    Practice Philosophy:
    I follow a Bio-Psycho-Social Wholistic Model with a heavy emphasis on the biological/neurochemical aspects of psychiatric and mental health problems. During the first interview, patients will be asked to fill out diagnostic and informational paperwork. A mutually agreed upon treatment plan is outlined during this first visit which may include medication management and/or psychotherapy. Patients should plan to be at my office for 1 1/2 hours for the first visit. Subsequent visits are either 20 or 50 minutes.

    Stella J. Logan