Julia Gallant, CNP
Psychiatric Nurse Practioner
- BSN – Northeastern University
- MSN – Medical University of South Carolina
Julia Gallant is a psychiatric nurse practitioner who aims to help clients find effective treatments for mental health issues through medication and holistic paths.
She enjoys hiking, horseback riding, cycling, camping, and photography. A fun fact about Julia is she spent her 3rd-grade year in London and one of her classmates was Paul McCartney’s daughter, Heather. “She came to my birthday party and Paul McCartney picked her up!” Julia said.
Julia sees adults above the age of 18 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Community Outreach & Marketing
BA in Strategic Communication – University of New Mexico
Imani is a writer and social media manager who assists the admin of Sage with community outreach and marketing.
Her own struggles with mental health and experience in therapy give her a unique perspective to empathize with the patients/clients of Sage. Her experiences influence the blogs that she writes and the social media content she produces.
In her free time, Imani enjoys traveling, making YouTube videos, reading, and obnoxiously singing to show tunes.
* All blog content that is written by Imani is approved by a licensed mental health professional.*