Dr. Vansiea

Dr. Vansiea has been a Registered Nurse for almost 27 years and has worked in numerous nursing settings such as an adjunct nursing faculty, inpatient medical/surgical nursing, workers’ compensation, school nursing, outpatient medical and psychiatric clinics, and nursing education and staff development. In addition, she worked over two years as a volunteer Guardian Ad Litem in Ramsey County Second Judicial District in Saint Paul, MN. Dr. Vansiea served as an army nurse and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant stationed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. She is a Gulf War Era veteran and was honorably medically discharged from the US Army in 2002 with the rank of First Lieutenant.

Coping Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry Services is a faith-based Christian practice that has a mission of CARE and a vision of HOPE.

Dynamic Public Speaker

Are you searching for a dynamic inspirational speaker to add to your convention, church event, meeting, or conference? Judy Vansiea, DNP, MA, MS, APRN, NPP, at Coping Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry Services is an inspirational speaker available for your speaking engagement. To learn more about the speaking engagement services, call the office in Uniondale, New York, or request information online today.

circle of care and hope
circle of care and hope

Circle of Care and Hope

I designed a holistic, interventionist approach to treating Blacks with mental illnesses and addiction. Specifically, this approach integrates and adapts three distinct principles of healing: a biblical worldview, which includes the various spiritual practices of the laying on of hands and anointing with oil, prayers and meditations, uplifting scripture readings, faith-centered music, and church fellowship; practices that are culturally appropriate for Blacks, which include building trust, focusing on strengths, accounting for a community-based mentality, and incorporating uniquely Black spirituality; and multitheoretical healing practices, which include therapies based on self-efficacy theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, twelve-step chemical dependency treatments, Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs, and Madeline Leininger's transcultural nursing theory.


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