Schevon "Schevy" Pierre MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Schevon earned her Masters' of Science Degree in Nursing (MSN) at Florida International University in 2017, and is board certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. While she is certified to treat clients across the lifespan, she specializes in treating adult and geriatric clients. Her previous experience as a PMHNP was at an outpatient community mental health clinic, in northwest Arizona. She treated adults and geriatrics with a wide range of psychiatric disorders, in the outpatient setting in in group homes.
Individual psychotherapy and medication management.
Schevon uses a combination of Jean Watson’s Theory of Caring, and Dorothea Orem’s Self Care Deficit. Jean Watson’s Theory of Caring focuses on the therapeutic relationship between the nurse and client (the role of caring). The core principles of this theory are practicing loving kindness, enabling a belief of others, wholeness of mind, body and spirit, and openness to the unexplained (miracles). Dorothea Orem’s Self Care Deficit theory postulates that people are distinct individuals, should be self reliant, and be responsible for their own care. Her role encompasses educating the individual about their health, in order to facilitate their participation in positive health care behaviors, in order to improve their outcomes.
When Schevon is not at work, she can usually be found sitting at a pier with a fishing pole, trying to beat her husband to the "big one." Apart from fishing, she enjoys gardening, cooking, camping, reading, music, and dancing.
Bipolar Disorder , Depression, Eating Disorders , Medication Management, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, ADHD