561 US-1, #10e

Edison, NJ 08817

1 (732) 444-7413

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Blessing Nwele

Blessing Nwele

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, APN, MSN, PMHNP

About

My Name is Blessing Nwele and I am a board certified Psychiatric/Mental Health Advanced Practice Nurse. Psychiatric/mental health disorders and behavioral health have been the focal point of my professional life for a decade, culminating in my opening of a mental health private practice. The Positive Touch Behavioral Health Services was born out of almost a decade entirely dedicated to promoting a culture of health and health equity.

I utilize a comprehensive approach to formulate a patient’s diagnosis/diagnoses and treatment plan. I provide individualized and high-quality care to patients who are faced with the real-life struggles associated with psychiatric/mental health disorders and substance abuse issues. I am specialized in prescribing Suboxone/Subutex to treat Opioid Use Disorder

Please be assured that you are not alone in your struggles. You can definitely get help/treatment by connecting with the right provider/prescriber. I have an extensive background in treating depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, eating disorders, psychotic disorders, and substance abuse, among others.

Sliding Scale: Yes
Pay By: American Express, Cash, Check, Discover, Mastercard, Visa, Wire

Accepted Insurance Plans

Aetna
AmeriHealth
Amerigroup
BlueCross and BlueShield
Cigna and Evernorth
Empire BlueCross BlueShield
Medicaid
Medicare
Optum

Qualifications

License: New Jersey / 26NJ00491100
School: Rutgers University
Year Graduated: 2013

Additional Credentials

Certificate: Suboxone

Specialties

Medication Management
Mood Disorders
Substance Use

Mental Health

Dissociative Disorders
Impulse Control Disorders
Mood Disorders
Personality Disorders
Psychosis

Sexuality

Bisexual
LGBTQ+
Lesbian

Client Focus
Age

Elders (65+)
Adults
Teen

Treatment Approach
Types of Therapy

Integrative
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
Mindfulness-Based (MBCT)
Motivational Interviewing
Person-Centered