Mone’t Ince-Amara is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner who utilizes integrative and functional approaches in the treatment of mental health conditions. She is passionate about improving patient outcomes related to depression, anxiety, trauma, and eating disorders. She has been an advocate for raising awareness and understanding of how trauma can have a long-term impact on the mental and physical health of women and children. She believes that integrative and functional medicine is changing the paradigm in how patients can recover from various mental health conditions.
In 2019, Mone’t graduated from Walden University with a Master’s in Nursing specializing in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She is board certified by the American Nurse Credentialing Center as a PMHNP-BC. She is currently licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
She has lived in the DC Metropolitan area for over 20 years, and as a registered nurse since 2010, worked in various hospital settings as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner throughout the DMV. She also has expertise working in trauma and community emergency services, and inpatient child, adolescent, and adult behavioral health. Mone’t has volunteered as an Advocate for the DC Rape Crisis Center and has attended various training focused on the care of survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Trauma, Human Trafficking, Strangulation, and Child Abuse.
Mone’t has spent the last year studying under the instruction of Dr. James Greenblatt’s Integrative and Functional Psychiatry Fellowship, which focused on integrative and functional approaches that are attainable for any individual. Her goal is to not only make care accessible but affordable.
Beyond her clinical work, Mone’t enjoys spending time with family, sitting on the beach with an Audible Book, and indulging in a flavorful cup of tea or coffee.