Provider

Amanda Saxe (NP | RN)

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Focus Area: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Licensed in: California

While my specialty is medication management, I recognize that is not everyone’s first choice. As a provider, I will listen to your concerns, make recommendations, and together, we will create a treatment plan you are comfortable with.

About Me

Amanda Saxe is a board-certified Advanced Practice Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). She began her career in 1997 working with Autistic children practicing behavioral therapy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 2002, she completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Carroll College-Columbia College of Nursing and began working in an acute care psychiatric inpatient facility. Soon after, she moved to California and earned her Masters of Science in Nursing at California State University Long Beach and has worked in a variety of psychiatric settings. Amanda Saxe has been with us since January 2017. She is professional, yet compassionate, and provides individualized care integrating brief psychotherapy techniques, lifestyle changes, and if necessary, medication management.

Education

Carroll College '02 BSN
California State University Long Beach '06 MSN

Hobbies

Attending Church, Traveling, Riding Motorcycles, snowboaridng, music

Therapeutic Expertise

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Specialisms

ADHD, Adjustment Disorder, Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Grief, Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Stress Management, Trauma

Language

English

Insurances accepted by Amanda Saxe

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Of California Managed Health Network (MHN) Noridian Medicare Sana Benefits

We’re in-network with most major providers. Covered members pay an average co-pay of $30.

IN NETWORK

Affordable and accessible

We believe everyone should have easy access to mental health care. That’s why we’ve established in-network relationships with most major insurance providers. See if you’re within our coverage area.

More than 50% of Americans struggle with mental health.

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