Sue St. Clair, PMHNP-BC, FNP, MPH is certified as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is currently offering services in Colorado. She has an expertise in the psychopharmacological management of disorders such as anxiety, mood, psychiatric and obsessive compulsive disorders in adult and geriatric populations. She believes each individual deserves to be listened to and has a philosophy to collaborate with them to provide the best quality and most caring treatment possible .
Sue is known to be a calm, compassionate and loving person with an interest in all religions, cultures and nationalities. She has lived and worked on a Navajo Indian reservation and in two different African countries. A fun fact about Sue is that she has earned an Emory School of Nursing Innovative Project Award and the Emory School of Public Health Gangarosa Award for International Health.
"Tend the sick, raise the fallen, care for the poor and needy, give shelter to the destitute, protect the oppressed, comfort the sorrowful and love the world of humanity with all your heart" - Bahai Writings
Sue St. Clair requires no less than twenty-four (24) hours advance notice of a canceled appointment.
Clients canceling appointments with less than 24 hours notice, will be billed the full charge for the visit as a No Show Fee. This fee will be billed automatically to the client’s credit card at the time of the cancellation.
Credits for No Show Fee: After having been billed a No Show Fee, all first time clients have the option to reschedule and receive full credit. Upon rescheduling and participating in an initial session within 21 days of the canceled session, the client’s account will be credited with the full No Show fee, and this credit can be applied to future sessions.