Mental Health Providers
Teresa Dowling, ARNP, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC
Teresa Dowling is a family nurse practitioner and has been with All Care Health Center since August 2009. She received her Master’s in Nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2009 and received her Nurse Practitioner License the same year. Teresa completed a post master’s in August 2017 from John Hopkins with a focus on psychiatric mental health nursing. She is passionate about filling the gaps between primary and mental health care. In having dual certifications she hopes she can aid in filling this gap. Teresa’s interests include promoting disease prevention and healthy living with patients. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading and riding her bike.
Monica Lewis, LIMHP
Monica Lewis, MSCC, MS, LIMHP LMHC, CCMHC, TDAC has been with ACHC since 2013. Monica Lewis, is a masters level, licensed Mental Health Practitioner. She has 16 years of experience and graduated from Bellevue University in 2002. She specializes in working with Major Mental Illness patients, as well as other mental health issues. Monica enjoys the service she provides to those in need of mental health treatment. In her spare time, Monica loves playing basketball and helping others.
Michele Clair, LCSW, LISW
Michele Clair is a mental health practitioner who came to All Care Health Center April 2019. She is a lifelong resident of Council Bluffs and loves helping her community. She has her Bachelor and Master’s degree from University of Nebraska – Omaha in Social Work. She is passionate about helping people identify and use their strengths to live their best life. In her spare time she enjoys watching baseball and swimming and spending time outdoors.
Mandy McCormick, PMH, ARNP
Amanda (Mandy) McCormick joined All Care in February 2021. She has been a nurse for twelve years and recently completed her post master’s certification in mental health from Nebraska Medicine. A post-master’s program provides a route to specialization, following a master’s degree completion. Mandy enjoys education and is continuing with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy training, as it is a therapy that individuals can use actively, not simply waiting for things to get better.
During Mandy’s time in healthcare, she has worked with brain injury patients and completed an internship at New Visions Homeless Services, where she felt like she clicked. Mandy notes that trauma comes in all forms, stemming from any big change in life. Mandy ask that individuals who are “struggling and are not sure of the source of their pain,” make an appointment with her at All Care Health Center. She is practicing at our main health center, as well as at All Care’s Florence M. Lakin Health Center and at our New Visions Homeless Services site. She will offer brief counseling intervention, medication management, or help patients to find the path that best suits individual needs.
Andrew Martin, ARNP, PMHNP-BC
Andrew received his Master’s in Nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2019 and is a Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He likes to work with patients with a wide range of mental health conditions and offers medication management and brief psychotherapy. He enjoys providing care to patients from all backgrounds and ages, including children, adolescents, and adults throughout their life span. In his free time, Andrew likes reading and activities with his family outdoors.
Rose Kirkpatrick, PLMHP (NE); TLMHC (IA), NCC, MSCC
Rose Kirkpatrick left the East Coast and her career in correctional mental health communications and came home to care for her elderly mother and raise her niece with special circumstances.
This re-evaluation of her own life led Rose back to school to complete her third degree, a MS in Clinical Counseling, in March of 2021, from Bellevue University. Before graduating, Rose created an LGBTQIA+ therapy group and co-anchored grief and symptoms therapy groups, during her internship at Siouxland Mental Health Center. Rose continues to study topics such as trauma, anxiety, shame, family systems, somatic experiencing, and neuroscience.
Through a debilitating illness, Rose has experienced what many of her clients are going through. Now recovered, she looks to make a difference in lives, the way others did for her, by using trauma-informed care to help financial, social, and culturally marginalized populations. Rose’s experience makes her a unique therapist. She practices as a mental health therapist, from a person-centered, eclectic perspective.