Provider type: Physicians & APNs
Serving: Adult, Geriatric
Marni Federer, PMHNP Marni Federer is certified as both a Family Nurse Practitioner and a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. It is from this perspective that she recognizes the importance of optimizing the health potential of all aspects of what makes us human—the body, mind, and spirit. She first practiced as a FNP in an outpatient primary care clinic serving in an underserved rural setting, caring for patients with a wide range of chronic physical and mental health conditions. It was in this setting she recognized the need for more specialized training and earned her post-graduate certification in psychiatric/mental health as an advanced practice nurse prior to transitioning to working remotely in telepsychiatry with patients who live in Massachusetts. Drawing on the uniquely personal strengths of each individual, Marni collaborates with her patients to meet their healthcare goals and live their best life. Marni earned her Bachelor and Master of Art degrees in English and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of West Georgia prior to earning her Master of Science in Nursing for family nurse practitioner from Chamberlain University and her post-graduate certificate for psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner from Liberty University. As a dedicated lifelong learner, Marni particularly enjoys supporting students and professionals in achieving their healthcare goals as they navigate their academic and professional careers. Marni currently serves patients with chronic mental health conditions such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder. She has specialized training in ADHD and particularly enjoys working with young professionals and those in the secondary academic setting. Marni works closely with patients to help them achieve their mental health goals. Outside of work, Marni enjoys reading, sewing, traveling, and spending time with her husband, daughters, and granddaughters.
We are not currently accepting new Medicaid patients.