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Although recently opened, the vision of Beautiful Mind Arizona stems back to over 10 years ago when Bertha and Yilia were working as nurses in the hospital and threw out ideas about someday starting a business to help those in need. Both nurses furthered their education and became nurse practitioners, Bertha becoming a PMHNP and Yilia a dual certified FNP and PMHNP. With time, the need for mental health providers grew. Bertha and Yilia knew now was the time to not only fulfill their dream to own a clinic, but to start spreading awareness, help, and treatment to those suffering from mental illness.

The West Valley has little to no mental health providers and therefore, opening this clinic in Verrado is significant. Beautiful Mind Arizona will be serving children from the ages of 5 to adulthood and addressing issues dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, mood, and many other psychiatric diagnoses. There will also be other services provided by other team members with their entity to provide therapy both individual and in group settings.

Compassion, understanding, and working as a team are the moto Bertha and Yilia strive to work by.

“We truly believe that working side by side with you and coming up with a treatment plan specific to your mental health needs, will enable you to be the best person you can be mentally.”

Yilia Myhre

Yilia Myhre is a Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner who is qualified to practice in both primary care and psychiatry.  She has 8 years of experience as a nurse practitioner with over 19 years of experience in healthcare. Her current practice specializes (but is not limited to) in ADHD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. Yilia started her career as a young staff nurse working her way up to receive her master’s degree in nursing specializing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Grand Canyon University in Arizona. She worked as a primary care provider for patients across the lifespan with all backgrounds including physical and mental illness. In her role as a provider, she was frequently used to mentor, supervise, and create plans for patient care, along with her typical nursing duties. As she continued to treat people with their medical and emotional problems, she realized that helping those with mental illness was her passion and therefore furthered her education by completing her post-master’s certification in psychiatric mental health at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania.

Over the past 19 years, Yilia has had the privilege of working in many areas including primary care, family practice, internal medicine, long-term care, home health, oncology, bariatric and orthopedic surgery, as well as psychiatry.

As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Yilia’s easygoing communication style, sweet sense of humor, and empathy make the therapeutic relationship with patients/providers easygoing for patients and family members. Yilia strives to provide passionate patient-centered care allowing her patients to take an active role in their healthcare decisions and outcomes. Her love for healthcare, empathetic nature, strong communication skills, and passion for her practice all lead to healthier patients with a brighter future.

“You are strong enough to face it all, even if it doesn’t feel like it right now.”
—Unknown

Bertha Jones

Bertha Jones is a Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner who is qualified to practice in psychiatry. She has 14 years of combined experience as a registered nurse and psychiatric nurse practitioner. She specializes in developing a therapeutic relationship with clients to gain insight into their specific symptoms which will prove to be invaluable in diagnosing and medication management. She specializes in a wide range of disorders including, ADHD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.

Over the past 14 years, Bertha has worked in various settings to include medical/surgical, orthopedics, correctional health, home health, and outpatient psychiatry.

As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Bertha’s approach is supportive, non-judgmental, compassionate, and culturally sensitive. Her approach to goal setting is to address your main concern in an empathetic, safe, and comfortable environment. Bertha has been very successful in providing holistic care as she actively listens and educates her patients before resorting to medication or other treatments. She is a firm believer in working side by side with her patients as a team ensuring proper understanding of diagnosis and plan. Strong communication skills and a genuine soul have been Bertha’s assets in her career dedicated to service.

“Just because no one else can heal or do your inner work for you, doesn’t mean you can, should, or need to do it alone.”–
—Unknown
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