Amanda Farrell is a Board-Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with experience caring for children, adolescents, adults, & geriatric patients.

Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner

It is important to me to develop a therapeutic relationship with my patients to provide the best care. I respect and encourage my patients to be involved in their treatment as I feel this provides the best outcome for the patient. I enjoy being able to work with my patients, seeing long-term improvements in their mental health. I feel it is very important to use integrative care and evidence-based treatment. As a mom, I also understand the importance of working with not just the patient, but families to provide the best care.
— Amanda Farrell, PMHNP-BC

Amanda earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Child Psychology from the University of Minnesota before going on to become a Registered Nurse and PMHNP.

She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric patients. Her career began working as a psychiatric nurse on the inpatient unit at Denver Health, where she worked with children, adolescents and adults who were in acute crisis, needing assistance with emotional and behavioral needs.

In addition, she has worked in home health, providing psychiatric care in the patient’s home allowing for a smooth transition from the hospital.

Amanda provides integrative care, working with the patient’s health care providers and therapists. She believes in a holistic treatment approach to provide optimal health and overall wellness, and practices evidence-based treatment. Her treatment goals include providing improved quality of life and is eager to work with patients who are motivated to make personal changes.

Amanda moved to Colorado in 2007 and loves the outdoors. Her weekends are spent with her family, including her husband and two young boys. During her free time, she enjoys road and mountain biking, skiing, camping, and traveling.