Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

Nurse Practitioner Fairfield, California
Salary: USD 195000 - 210000 Annually


Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner    

Mindful Health Solutions is one of the nation’s leading providers of innovative behavioral health care with a focus on cutting-edge treatment protocols such as TMS, Esketamine, and IV Ketamine for patients struggling with treatment-resistant depression and other psychiatric illnesses. We founded one of the first TMS-focused clinics in the US and have deep expertise in the field of non-invasive brain stimulation. We then went on to establish one of the first clinics to provide Esketamine (Spravato) therapy at scale, and recently incorporated IV Ketamine into our depression treatment pathway.

Patients at Mindful Health Solutions have access to true thought leaders in the field focused on bringing academic rigor and years of experience with novel therapeutics to an integrated treatment strategy. We are currently leaning into the promise of psychedelic therapies for depression and PTSD as well as leveraging our extensive clinical outcomes repository to develop predictive algorithms that will help guide our clinicians in selecting the best treatment modality for their patients. 

We have grown to 24 outpatient clinics located in California, Georgia, Texas, and Washington and continue to expand our innovative, precision-medicine platform into new markets. 



  • Diagnose mental health disorders by conducting comprehensive psychiatric evaluations.
  • Create personalized treatment plans for patients that may involve a combination of psychotherapy, medications, interventional therapies, and lifestyle modifications.
  • Deliver interventional treatments including Esketamine (Spravato) while working closely with our experienced clinical leadership team that has been applying innovative treatment protocols for years supported by positive patient outcome data. 
  • Monitor the effects of interventional treatment to assess a patient’s response, adjust treatment parameters when applicable, and determine the need for changes to the overall treatment strategy.
  • Track patient progress and make adjustments to treatment plans as necessary based on the patient’s response to therapy and medication.
  • Educate patients and their families about the nature of their mental health conditions, treatment options, and strategies to manage symptoms.
  • Manage crises that may arise in their patients’ mental health such as depressive episodes, suicidal ideation, and acute psychosis.
  • Coordinate patient care as part of a multidisciplinary team including psychiatrists, psychologists, primary care physicians, therapists, social workers, and other healthcare professionals.
  • Document and maintain updated medical records including diagnosis, treatment plans, progress notes, medications prescribed, and other relevant patient information.
  • Analyze patient outcome data to contribute to research and advance our understanding and effectiveness of interventional treatments.
  • Participate in continuing education activities and regularly review new scientific literature to stay current with the latest interventional psychiatry research, treatment methodologies, and ethical standards.


  • Competitive compensation package built on base salary plus incentive bonus with uncapped earning potential!
  • Total Compensation range up to $200k
  • Productivity Incentive Bonus
  • Signing Bonus
  • Four weeks of PTO
  • Paid CME hours
  • 401K with a 4% match
  • Comprehensive health/dental/vision/disability insurance plans
  • Malpractice insurance with tail end
  • Dedicated and welcoming support staff


  • 10 months of prescribing experience required
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong interest in evidence-based interventional treatment methodologies.
  • Track record of open partnership and effective collaboration within a multi-disciplinary team. 
  • Positive and flexible approach with a focus on finding solutions. 
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong computer skills including fluency in electronic medical records (EMR), Microsoft Suite, and videoconferencing software. 
  • Participate in a minimum of 10 hours per year of continuing education.