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Nurse Practitioners


Desirae Dorsey, ARNP-BC

Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner


Desirae, a Washington Native, was raised in the Pacific Northwest Region and currently resides in Eastern, WA. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Great Falls. Her graduate education was completed at Purdue University (APA-accredited). Desirae earned a Master's of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner Certification in 2021, graduating with honors. Desirae has been in the healthcare field since 2004, and was an RN for over 11 years. She has nursing experience in a variety of settings including inpatient/outpatient mental health organizations, primary care, urgent care, acute care, and women’s health. 


Desirae enjoys helping patients overcome difficulties throughout their most vulnerable periods. She believes in treating the whole person, both physically and mentally, and is known for being an empathetic provider, a good listener and a caring practitioner. She believes in building a relationship with her patients based on mutual respect and providing individualized care that is a continuous partnership toward better health.


Her clinical interests include all aspects of psychiatry in adults and late teens. Desirae is also licensed in general medicine and is currently treating urgent care needs with limited primary care needs across the lifespan via Telemedicine.


Aimee Wagonblast, MN, ARNP, PMHNP

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner


Aimee was born and raised in Washington state. In 1997, she graduated from Seattle University with a Bachelor in Nursing degree. She later continued her education at the University of Washington, and obtained a Masters degree with a specialty in psychiatry in 2004. Since then, she has worked in a variety of settings, serving multiple populations from all walks of life, caring for each person with the individual care they deserve.


In a addition to her private practice, she has worked in the correctional system, community mental health system, college/university setting, in the rural and tribal mental health systems, and the Veterans Administration. She is adept at meeting the specific needs of First Responders and those who struggle with the effects of PTSD. She also treats depression, Bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders including Panic Disorder and OCD.


She has a goal to help each person she works with reach a place of recovery, balance and the highest quality of life possible.

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