Erin Haytaian, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC
I currently live in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, with my husband and 2 young children. I have lived in Texas my entire life. You can find my family and I traveling or spending time outdoors. My husband is from Rhode Island and we like to spend time in the Northeast as much as we can!
I received my bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005, my master of science in nursing, also from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012. I graduated from the doctor of nursing practice program from University of Texas at Austin in 2019.
I started out my nursing career working in the pediatric emergency room and inpatient child/adolescent eating disorder unit. I have worked with all age groups, including adults in the psychiatric emergency/detox unit, children/adolescents in outpatient mental health clinics and families via telepsychiatry programs. I have been providing telemedicine services since 2015 and currently practice in Texas, Oklahoma and Minnesota. I have given several lectures throughout Texas Universities of the importance of telemedicine services and access to care in rural communities.
My goal is to provide the highest quality of care using a technology-based platform. Through telemedicine, I am able to increase access to clients and provide care that is culturally competent, compassionate and therapeutic. I use current evidence-based research that guides my practice so that I can deliver top-quality, safe and effective care.