Prescott Relationship Center, PLLC

Stop the Pain and Conflict so you can feel Connected, Safe, and Appreciated in your Relationship

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PRC Partners

Partners located in the Prescott Relationship Center building:

Dr. Susan Frost, DNP, MC, PMHNP-BC (Abstract Psychiatry & Wellness, PLLC) has over 40 years experience in the mental health field, and utilizes a caring and holistic approach.  She believes in working as a team with the client, towards a balanced mood and life. Dr. Frost has worked in psychiatric hospitals, clinics, private practice, as a college professor, and textbook author. Evaluation and Diagnosis, Medication management, and Therapy are available for adults, children, and families with mental health or substance abuse issues. In addition, she is certified in Ericksonian hypnotherapy, and Suboxone/Buprenorphine treatment is available. She enjoys spending time with her family and fur babies, reading, music, theater, and relaxing in the forest or near the ocean.  Website:  www.abstractpsychiatry.com. 928-719-0770 – drfrost@abstractpsychiatry.com.

Linda Bosse, DNP, PMHNP-BC, Santosha Psychiatry: Finding Contentment.  Specializing in an integrated holistic approach to psychiatry, Dr. Bosse serves both adults and children. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice in Psychiatric Mental Health from Rush University.  She holds a Masters in Nursing Leadership and her first nursing degree, BSN, from Grand Canyon University.  She is a graduate of Prescott College with a Bachelor’s in Business/Organization Development. In addition, educated in holistic health, Dr. Bosse has been featured on ABC 15 in over 60 segments on natural health, cooking and living. 928-220-7477, Linda@linxabosse.com.

Pat White, MSN PMHNP-BC (Aromatherapist, EMDR Level II) has over thirty-five years of experience in medicine. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Webster University, her Master of Science in Family Nursing Systems from Webster University, Post-Masters Certificate as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Arizona State University, and is a PhD(c) in Integrative Medicine with a specialization in Mental Health from Saybrook University. She is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Pat also a biofeedback practitioner and able to provide Suboxone treatment.  She is excited to make a positive impact on the community around her through excellent patient care that focuses on each individual patient as a whole, which encompasses body, mind and spirit. Website: www.peacefulmindspsychiatry.org – 928-220-7502 – pat@peacefulmindspsychiatry.org

 Dr. Hupp is a neuropsychologist who serves the life-span, meaning children through adults, with 20 years of experience in mental and behavioral health working with Veterans and those with special needs, visually impaired or blind, developmental disorders, and Traumatic Brain Injury.  He is experienced in assessing criminal competency, forensic neuropsychology, and disability determinations and qualified to conduct competency to stand trial evaluations in Texas (Art. 46B.024 TCCP) and by the Superior Court of Arizona (Rule 11). He is currently licensed in Texas and Arizona and in the process of making Prescott his forever home. Website: www.drghupp.com – 928-421-4646 – drghupp@gmail.com

Cindy Eis, LPC, has a master’s degree in professional counseling which included a concentration in expressive arts therapy.  Since completing her master’s degree, she has obtained extensive training in trauma/PTSD.  In order to provide optimal therapy for trauma/PTSD, Cindy has also completed EMDR training from the EMDR Institute and continues to be mentored by an EMDR Institute trainer and facilitator.  Cindy is also trained in motivational interviewing, substance abuse as related to trauma, suicide prevention, and sand tray therapy. Cindy has experience working with both adolescents and adults in a variety of behavioral health settings. Cindy has worked with individuals suffering from SMI, substance abuse and addiction, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, self-harm, low self- esteem, parent-child relationships problems, oppositional defiant disorder as well as additional disorders.  Cindy is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Arizona with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. counselingandclasses@gmail.com – 928-925-8535.

Dr. Janet Rosenberg is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Master Addiction Counselor who has thirteen years of experience working with individuals, families, and couples. Many of her clients are children and families who have experienced stress and negative adverse events that have caused functional impairments in areas of life. This led her to desire further education and a deeper understanding of how to help people work through these events. She earned a Doctorate in Psychology in 2012 from Capella University. Her dissertation research focused on the effects of trauma on child development and later problems in life. Her approach to therapy is relational and developmental and the intention is healthier relationships and connection to others.





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