Meet the Team

Nicole Joslin,

MS, APRN, ANPC, PMHNPBC

Hello! I’m Nicole

Nicole Joslin, MS, APRN, ANP-C, PMHNP-BC is dually certified as both an Adult Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (ANP) and a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP).  She has been a nurse since 1998 and received both her graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Connecticut . She then went on to pursue her Post-Master’s education in Psychiatry from East Carolina University after witnessing firsthand the inter-connectedness of mental and physical well-being and how mental health profoundly impacted her patients’ health while working in the primary care setting.
 
Nicole has over 20 years of experience in the medical field, working as a nurse practitioner in private practice in both psychiatry and internal medicine as well as a full nursing career including inpatient, outpatient, home health care, and teaching. She prides herself on utilizing a holistic approach to caring for people. She believes that the path to wellness includes a mind-body connection with a focus on mindfulness. It is a lifelong dream of Nicole’s to see the stigma attached to mental health come to an end. She would also like for all people suffering from a mental health condition to be free from shame or guilt when trying to cope with a mental illness either as an individual or a family member of someone struggling.
 
Nicole works with individuals 18 years and older and is currently accepting new patients. She provides medication management primarily, assisting her patients with identifying the most supportive medication choices as well as providing psychoeducation and therapeutic intervention with a focus on each individual’s uniqueness. She works closely with the therapy team here at Brinkley Brown Mental Wellness in order to provide comprehensive care and optimal well-being.

Nicole is currently unable to accept new clients.

Nicole Joslin, PMHNP, accepts a limited number of Medicare patients. Please check with our office to see if she is accepting new Medicare patients.