Reframing For Life, LLC
A Psychiatric and Mental Health Provider
Helping to Build a Healthy Mental Community
About Dr. Potter, PhD
Dr. Danita Potter is an ANCC board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner with a PhD in Family Nursing Research. She has over 25 years of experience in nursing and healthcare including expertise in nursing education, research, and leadership. She is also a certified autism specialist. Reframing for Life believes it is an honor to serve excellence in mental health care to our youth and plans to invest in the communities of service through its many services. She serves her communities through initial psychiatric evaluation, medication management, telepsychiatry/telemedicine, psychotherapy, psychoeducation for anxiety, depression, grief, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. Modes of services are provided via telepsychiatry/telemedicine and face to face visits.
PhD, Hampton University
MSN, Alcorn State University
BSN, Grambling State University
Post-Masters Certificate, Northwestern State University
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Fax Referrals to 318-224-4898
Service to Parishes of Louisiana
We are currently servicing patients ages 2 through 26
Serving in 95% of Louisiana Parishes
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We are currently accepting LA Healthcare Connections, Healthy Blue, Aetna Commercial, Wellcare, and AmeriHealth Caritas. More to come soon. You may also pay out of network.
Monday-Friday: 8am to 4:30pm
1503 Goodwin Road Suite 207 Ruston Louisiana 71270
VISION: To be valued as a leading healthcare agency impacting positively on mental healthcare of our patients and families through excellence in ‘CARING in Practice’.
MISSION: To intentionally provide our patients with quality mental healthcare services.
Commitment – staying committed to excellence in mental healthcare
Advocacy – advocating for our patients and family’s wellbeing
Respect – respecting all patients and family differences
Integrity – always maintaining high integrity
Nursing – applying the Nurse Practice Act with our patients
Guidance – excellence in guidance to improve patient outcomes