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Rachael Langerman

Rachael Langerman is a licensed Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) in the states of Alaska with a board certification in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (PMHNP-BC).

 

Rachael received her BSN at the University of Alaska Anchorage. She later went on to earn her Master of Nursing from Ohio University and then obtained her post-masters certificate from Maryville University. 

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Rachael grew up in Alaska and now lives here with her husband and five children. Rachael and her family enjoy summer baseball, camping in the summer, biking, and hiking. Rachael and her husband stay active with kids' sports and outdoor activities within Alaska. 

Rachael joined Alaska Compass to provide individualized mental health services to the patients of Anchorage and surrounding communities. Rachael can see patients remotely (if appropriate) after patients establish care with her in Anchorage.  Rachael has experience in pediatrics, adolescence, as well as adult and geriatric patient care. Rachael is accepting new adult and pediatric patients.

 

Rachael enjoys helping patients and families navigate mental health issues and become as successful as they can be. Areas of focus include depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, ADHD, Autism, ODD, OCD, Impulse-Control issues, postpartum depression, and eating disorders. Rachael provides gender-affirming care.

 

Rachael assists patients and families in improving their mental illness with medication management. She views mental health medications as a tool in the toolbox. When you build a house, you never use one tool. You use many tools. To achieve the best mental health outcome, it is done alongside other modalities such as therapy.

Rachael has a passion for helping patients and families because her family has been affected by mental illness. As a mother of a patient who has Autism, she is acutely aware of the effects, not only on the patient but also on the family. Her goal is to provide comprehensive care to the family as a family unit, not simply the patient.

Alaska Compass 
Compassionate Mental Health Care

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