Dr. Moore is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP – BC) who completed his Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Rutgers University in 2018. He has worked in the field of mental health nursing since 2013 and is currently practicing as an active duty PMNHP within the United States Air Force. His approach to treatment is patient-centered. He is trained in CBT, solution-focused therapy, and provides supportive therapy at every encounter. Dr. Moore is also knowledgeable in the benefits of complementary and alternative medicine techniques that can be incorporated into an individualˇs personalized treatment plan. His goal is to assist each individual in reaching their full potential through a variety of treatment modalities including medication management and therapy, while combating the stigma associated with mental health treatment. Some of Dr. Mooreˇs favorite pastimes include reading, chess, jogging, and spending quality time with friends and family. He was born and raised in southern New Jersey and understands the unique stressors associated with life in the garden state.
Smoking & Tobacco
Education and Certifications
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Thomas Jefferson University
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Rutgers University
Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (ANCC)
Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTP)
Mental Health First Aid instructor (MHFA)
One of Dr. Mooreˇs primary interests has been providing the general public with the skills needed to assist themselves and/or others when experiencing mental health concerns/substance use challenges. This has been accomplished via Dr. Moore becoming a certified instructor in Mental Health First Aid and leading these courses. Other interests include treatment-resistant depression and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS).
Why are you passionate about providing mental healthcare?
Total wellness cannot be achieved without the recognition of mental health as one of its pillars. Psychiatric disorders carry immense stigma and shame within western society, yet 1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental health disorder this year. I choose to become a mental health provider to assist these individuals in building stronger connections with family and friends while assisting them in reaching their full potential.