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Tye Johnson

Dr. Tyreasea Johnson-Mason is a psychiatric nurse practitioner with more than ten years of clinical experience. She also has nearly two decades of experience as a psychiatric nurse, during which time she has gained a comprehensive comprehension of mental health conditions and treatments.


In 2004, she graduated from Delaware Technical and Community College and continued her education at Thomas Edison State University in 2008, where she completed her Bachelor of Science. She pursued a Master of Science in Nursing focusing on psychiatric-mental health, which she met at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in 2012, she then went onto Wilmington University and obtained her DNP in 2016. 


Since becoming a psychiatric nurse practitioner, Dr. Johnson has worked in numerous contexts, such as outpatient clinics, community mental health centers, and detoxification and rehab units. As a result, she has a wealth of experience diagnosing and treating mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and substance use issues. She is also skilled in medication administration, psychotherapy, and crisis intervention.


Dr. Johnson is committed to providing her patients with compassionate and evidence-based care. She believes in a patient-centered approach involving active collaboration with her patients to develop individualized treatment plans tailored to their needs and objectives. In addition, she is committed to ongoing professional development and keeps abreast of the most recent research and best practices in psychiatry.


In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Tyreasea Johnson-Mason teaches and mentors student psychiatric nurses and new nurse practitioners. In addition, she volunteers to support community programs that promote mental health and well-being and advocates for mental health awareness and education.


Dr. Johnson is a highly competent and compassionate psychiatric nurse practitioner who has devoted her career to improving her patients' lives and promoting mental health equity.

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