Dr. Jonnae Tillman is board-certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) and holds a doctoral degree as a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). Her training allows her to conduct psychiatric evaluations, diagnose & prescribe medication, and provide psychotherapy services. She has additional training, and over 25 years experience working in addiction medicine.
Dr. Tillman has a broad spectrum of experience working with depression, anxiety, and addiction. She maintains an avid interest in integrating genetic testing into the selection of evidence-based practice and psychopharmacology.
Jonnae has trained and coached emergency department practitioners at NYU / Bellevue Hospital, Miami’s Jackson Memorial, and Massachusetts General in Boston. She also teaches Seattle University’s doctoral nurse practitioner program. She designs trainings for Nurse Family Partnership, Washington State Department of Corrections, Migrant Head Start, and domestic violence prevention agencies. For her doctoral research, Jonnae investigated the role of nurse practitioners in treating opioid use disorders.
Jonnae regularly presents at national and international conferences, presenting on topics like “e-Health’ Interventions at the ICME Research Conference in Venice, Italy; and “Motivational Interviewing in Healthcare: Brief Interventions” at the MINT conference in Sheffield, England. She also received training at:
Providence Regional Medical Center | women’s health
Swedish Edmonds | adult inpatient psychiatry & partial hospitalization
Swedish Edmonds | emergency on-call psychiatry
Evergreen Treatment Services | addiction medicine