Nina Gaby, advanced practice registered nurse in psychiatry and mental health (APRN-PMH) recently joined the University of Vermont Health Network-Central Vermont Medical Center (UVMHN-CVMC) Family Psychiatry practice. She is certified as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse by the American Nursing Association (ANA)
She has worked most recently at Valley Vista in Bradford, Vermont, coordinating psychiatric services for inpatients at this substance abuse rehabilitation facility. Prior to that Nina was clinical director for Second Spring in Williamstown, Vermont where she worked for a total of five years. She also worked for a time as a per diem on the inpatient psychiatry unit at UVMHN-CVMC.
Nina took a hiatus from clinical work from 2001-2005 to operate an inn, a gallery and a studio. She still owns the gallery and studio and is a visual artist herself. Nina is also an adjunct faculty member at Norwich University.
She recently edited an anthology, Dumped: Stories of Women Unfriending Women, published by She Writes Press. Additionally, the spring 2015 on-line publication, Intima, Journal of Narrative Medicine published a story by Nina, “The Baby on the Bus” and she has just contributed an essay to The Best of the Burlington Writer's Workshop.
Nina joins Rose Ehret MD, Paul Cameron MD, Andrew Koo MD, James Greenleaf APRN and Maureen Wilson, LICSW, BCD at UVMHN-CVMC Family Psychiatry. The practice provides psychiatry evaluation and therapy to children and adults. As a clinical nurse specialist, Nina will be providing psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic services to an adult population.
“I worked here in the past on the inpatient psychiatry unit, and I really value the resources and collegiality of UVMHN- CVMC,” said Nina.