Dr. Njideka (NJ) Domrufus is a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Advance Practice Nurse (APN) with a dual board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She is an experienced Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) with years of clinical experience in treating psychiatric disorders and specializes in treating major depression, substance use disorders, eating disorders, mood disorder, anxiety disorder, OCD, PTSD and ADHD. Dr. NJ Domrufus has full scope of therapeutic skills and she uses most innovative forms of treatments including psychotropic medications, individual therapy and CBT. Dr. NJ Domrufus believes in working one to one with each patient to provide expert medical treatment, guidance and care tailored specifically for their health concerns.
Dr. NJ Domrufus see clients across the lifespan from 9-65 years old in DFW, TX. She conducts psychiatric assessments and makes recommendations for treatment which often includes psychiatric medications and brief solution focused therapy. She believes in treating patient as a whole person, not just their current symptoms, and collaborates with clients to develop a treatment plan which places their values and needs at the heart of the work we do together. She prescribes conservatively using evidence based practice guidelines and would be very happy to collaborate with other members of a client’s care team.
In a hectic and unpredictable world, finding space to pause and submerge into one’s inner existence is a rarity. It can be difficult to allow ourselves this space until happenstances like grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, and burnout pull the rug out from under us. All living things on this planet, humans included, are conditioned by their environment and genetics. Years of our life are spent implicitly being influenced by others and life experiences. Processing through how these influences and experiences have impacted us explicitly bring them to awareness.
As a fellow explorer in another’s world, my presence is to provide insight, observations, and offer tools. During the process of therapy, we together provide space to create the conditions, behaviors, and thoughts by which we *choose* to be shaped.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and formally trained watercolor painter. My experience as an artist has influenced my therapeutic approach towards the humanistic, existential, and person-centered. This means sessions are creatively tailored to who you are a person, and adaptive to the unique needs you have.
Amanda Littlejohn, M.Ed, LPC
Hi, I’m Amanda and I look forward to collaborating with you to work towards the changes you envision making in your life or the life of your little one. I work with children, adolescents and adults who are seeking to make changes to be in a better place behaviorally, emotionally and socially. It can be hard taking the first step to ask for help and I strive to make our time together a safe space for you. I focus on creating a stable, therapeutic relationship to aid in your or your child’s healing and journey.
I have a unique personal and professional perspective that helps children/adolescents adjust to change, life transitions, trauma and all life stressors that we didn’t imagine our children/adolescents would have to navigate. I have experience as a parent, teacher and Licensed Professional Counselor that allows me to use an eclectic approach to meet the needs of each client I work with.
Whether you are needing to work on personal/professional growth, depression, anxiety or are in need of parent coaching, let’s work together to create meaningful and successful changes. I am a firm believer there is not a one size fits all approach and when given the resources and tools, growth is inevitable!
Pauline George, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
My name is Pauline George, am a board certified, and licensed Family Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. I am trained to provide advanced specialty mental healthcare with a dual emphasis on intervention through psychopharmacology. I am proficient in the art and science of psychotherapy and physical assessment, and my role allows me to intervene with vulnerable populations and promote mental health across the lifespan. Additionally, I am able to work with children, adolescents, and adults. Some of my favorite things to do are spending time with family, traveling, cooking and researching.
Stacey Smith, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
My goal as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner is to help those struggling with life situations resulting in mental health challenges. Collaborating with individuals that involves non-judgemental listening to one’s concerns in a safe, caring, therapeutic environment. I strive to work with you to develop a treatment plan that fosters a better mental health outcome which increases one’s chance of having a meaningful productive life.