MEET THE PROVIDER
Dr. Tolani is a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified (PMHNP-BC) who enjoys working with patients in a collaborative manner to better understand their diagnosis, treatment plan, and how to manage day to day concerns related to mental health. She graduated her Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), with a major in psychiatry, from the University of South Alabama. She fell in love with psychiatric care while in nursing school and has been in psychiatric care right from her very first nursing employment in 2012.
Her focus is to see you as an individual with unique qualitites and challenges while forming a partnership with you to provide a holistic centered treatment plan. Dr. Tolani is always open to suggestions and love engaging patients in developing management strategies to better manage the day to day challenges that affect general wellness. She values the ability to promote therapeutic wellness beyond simply medication regimen.
Dr. Gloria Tolani, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Dr. Tolani can review your current prescriptions to evaluate indications, dosage, effectiveness, interactions, and side effects. She can help consolidate a complex regimen to a simple but effective medication regimen. She is able to evaluate and collaborate with other care providers (primary care provider, specialist, therapist, nutritionist, life coach, physical trainers etc.) to address underlying symptoms and lifestyle factors associated with mental illness.
Dr. Tolani is a proud member of the Texas Nurse Practitioners (TNP) association, The Association of American Nurse Practitioners (AANP), The Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses (PAPN) of Texas. She works diligently with the nurses, nurses in advanced practice, psychiatric nurses in advanced practice, and collaborate with physicians to promote health and mental wellness in the community. She is dedicated in rendering her time as a preceptor to Nursing students, PharmD students, and Medical students for clinical observations. She currently works as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, School of Nursing.