Sabrina Friedman is a Board-Certified Adult Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist and maintains a private practice as a Nurse Psychotherapist. She is also a Board-Certified Family Practice Nurse Practitioner and has expertise in women’s, adolescent, and pediatrics health. She is currently completing a Doctor of Nursing Practice program. She is also formally training as an EMDR therapist.
Friedman is a diplomat and member of the American Psychotherapy Association, the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Association of Christian Counselors, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, the EMDR International Association, the Neuroscience Education Institute, and Sigma Theta Tau.
Friedman strives to contribute to the mission of APU by adding to the community of believers and to be a positive influence on students to incorporate Christian faith into their profession and positively impact the lives and health of their future patients.
EdD - Nova Southeastern University
MSN- University of Southern California-Nurse Practitioner
Post-Master's Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist - Duquesne University
Registered Nurse, Board of Registered Nursing, State of California
Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist, Board of Registered Nursing, State of California
Family Nurse Practitioner, Board of Registered Nursing, State of CaliforniaCredentials/Certifications
ANCC Adult Psychiatrice/Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Certification
AANP Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Furnishing License, Board of Registered Nursing, State of California
- Adolescent Medicine
- Family Practice
- Health Care Management
- Leadership and Management
- Psychciatric/Mental Health
Courses TaughtGNRS 533
– Psychiatric Theories across the Life SpanGNRS 534
– Psychiatric Assessment across the Life SpanGNRS 536
– Psychiatric Interventions with the Adult and Aging ClientGNRS 537
– Psychiatric Interventions with the AdolescentsGNRS 538
– Psychiatric Interventions with Selected Vulnerable PopulationsGNRS 539
– Advanced Psychopharmacology