Kat Broadway, PMHNP
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Kat Broadway

PMHNP

Kat is a psychiatric NP specializing in psychotherapy and medication management through a feminist, anti-racist, and mindfulness-based approach. She creates a personalized plan to help clients develop internal and external resources, find relief, and build hope. Kat has training and experience working with LGBTQ+, TGNB, queer fertility, and hormonal issues across the lifespan.
Specialties
LGBTQ
Medication/Prescribing
Women's Issues
Locations
Finances
$ $ $ $ $
$200-260
Out-of-pocket
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“Together, we will identify and solidify your internal and external resources, deepen your emotional resilience, and create a path out of the darkness.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I have always been interested in the intersections of and systemic inequalities found in mental health care, conception, and birth. After a brief academic career, I trained as a volunteer doula, working with people giving birth or undergoing termination procedures. This experience led me to nursing school and I worked as a nurse in NYC for seven years while working toward my PMHNP degree. I have worked with acutely ill patients in the hospital and with HIV+ and at-risk populations in an outpatient clinic. I completed Postpartum Support International's Perinatal mental health training program and am passionate about working with the LGBTQ+/TGNB community around fertility and paths to parenthood. I am also interested in the complex interplay of hormones and psychiatry across the lifespan, including endogenous and exogenous hormones, PCOS, PMDD, and menopause.
What should someone know about working with you?
You are so much stronger than you know. I am here to join you in deep exploration of your emotional journey. Together, we will identify and solidify your internal and external resources, deepen your emotional resilience, and create a path out of the darkness. We will start with a consultation and full assessment and then work together to create an individualized treatment plan.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
I believe healthcare is a calling to service and human connection and that disruption in the mind-body connection leads to great suffering. I believe that radical acceptance, mindfulness, and breath/bodywork can make a profound difference in our mental and physical health.
“I believe that radical acceptance, mindfulness, and breath/bodywork can make a profound difference in our mental and physical health.”
Interested in speaking with Kat?