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Registered Nurse Mental Health

Vass, North Carolina, United States
May 02, 2019

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Teresa G. Ottmann, MSN, PMHNP-BC Candidate

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Master of Science in Nursing – Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner August 2017- August 2019

University of South Carolina School of Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 1992

University of North Carolina at Wilmington, School of Nursing

Bachelor of Science Applied Professional Sciences, Hotel/ Tourism Administration 1984

University of South Carolina


State of North Carolina Professional Nurse License (RN) #122888 Issued 1992


Dr. John Wagnitz Preceptor Daymark Recovery Services, Moore Center August 2018-Present Management of outpatient care for adults, including geriatric patients, with mental disorders

Dr. Jasmine Daniels Preceptor Daymark Recovery Services, Lillington Center January 2019- Present Management of care for children, adolescents and their families

Gary Kaufman LPCS, CCS Preceptor Daymark Recovery Services, Moore Center August 2018 -Present Cofacilitate MAT, SA and Seeking Safety Groups

Provide comprehensive evaluations and crisis interventions both face to face and via telemedicine

Formulate diagnosis and plan of care for patients in cooperation with patients and caregivers

Document all diagnostic and treatment information in electronic health record

Research evidence-based practice guidelines for disorders and discussed findings with preceptors

Serve as a member of multidisciplinary, outpatient team by co-facilitating groups and staffing client cases


Assistant Director Nursing Wellness Activities Coordinator, Liberty Health Quail Haven Sanford Pinehurst, NC Monitored QA measures and implemented staff development accordingly 2016-2017

Collaborated with upper management to address staffing needs

Responsible for onboarding activities for new hires

Implemented wellness programing to enhance independent living residents’ physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual wellbeing

Registered Nurse, PRN, Behavioral Health Unit, First Health, Pinehurst, NC 2015-2016

Provided quality nursing care for patients with acute mental health conditions with the goal of stabilization

Performed assessments, administered medications monitoring for side effects and therapeutic responses

Established therapeutic relationships and engaged patients in health promotion to increase self-efficacy

Engaged patients and families in 12 Step Facilitation Therapy and NAMI

Effectively collaborated with health care team, community resources, patients and families to provide safe therapeutic care

Registered Nurse, Wellness Coaching EAP, Wilmington, NC 1996-2016

Coordinated wellness events such as flu shot clinics for our family construction company of 300 employees

Facilitated workplace safety instruction programs

Performed drug testing for CDL drivers

Substance abuse counseling and coordination of care for employees and families

Provided stabilization encounters for employees in crisis

Engaged staff and families in 12 Step Facilitation Therapy

Utilized Equine Therapy to improve wellbeing through Ecotherapy for children and spouses

Registered Nurse, Community Liaison, Senior Choices Home Care, Wilmington, NC 2012 -2014

Coordinated with patients, primary care providers and families to develop a plan of care for homebound patients

Communicated the Plan of Care and supervised ancillary staff in the provision of care

Actively engaged in provision of home care and assessing needs and responses for optimal wellbeing

Registered Nurse, Chemical Dependency Resource Nurse, New Hanover Regional Medical Center & Wilmington Treatment Center, Wilmington NC 1995-1996

Due to my work with ICU staff and patients around CD issues, VP Donna Bost created this 1099 Contract Position to develop a hospital wide program to better treat CD comorbidity for inpatients

Developed and provided in-service education for nurses, physicians and residents aimed to facilitate diagnosis and treatment of CD utilizing screening and scoring measures resulting in decreased adverse events, shortened lengths of stay and reduced readmissions

Worked in concert with Quality Assurance physicians to develop protocols for treating withdrawal

Implemented in house referral systems for CD related DRG patients

Assisted in arranging transfers and providing discharge treatment referrals while inpatient

Fostered a therapeutic alliance with patients and families (sometimes staff, as well) to initiate psychoeducation and 12 Step Facilitation Therapy

Registered Nurse, Surgical Intensive Care, New Hanover Regional, Wilmington NC 1992-1994

Collaborated with expert team of patient care givers to ensure highest standards were met in supportive care to critically ill patients which included hemodynamic and ventilatory life sustaining interventions

Enhanced educ 1ation to improve patient outcomes by completing Critical Care Core Curriculum through AHEC

Served patient families as chair of Therapeutic Family Care Committee for ICU Units

Registered Nurse, CD Treatment Nurse, Wilmington Treatment Center, Wilmington NC 1992-1994

Monitored detoxification of patients utilizing CIWA protocol

Enhanced patient wellbeing through therapeutic use of self to instill hope

Fostered an acceptance of 12 Step Therapeutic Facilitation Therapy

Previous Career Positions

Lexington Richland Alcohol and Drug Commission SC MADD Administrative Assistant 1987-1988

Series 22 and 63 Licensed Securities Exchange Commission Sales Representative Eagle Capital Corporation 1986-1987

Management Trainee Food & Beverage Program Marriott Corporation 1982-1985

Professional Associations and Awards

University of North Carolina at Wilmington Alumni Outstanding Leadership Award 1992

NC International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) Present

Sigma Theta Tau Alpha Xi Chapter Present

PATH Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemen Present

American Nurses Association Present

Personal Briefs

Friend of Bill since 1 10 1987

Friend of Lois since 3 2007

Moore County Hounds Member

Endurance rider

Animal lover

Anytime spent outdoors is a good thing

Traveling is a must

Daughters of American Revolution

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Advisement Copy Transcript University of South Carolina

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Academic Transcript A06932652 Teresa G. Ottmann

Apr 30, 2019 12:37 pm

This is not an official transcript. Courses which are in progress may also be included on this transcript.

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Name :Teresa G. Ottmann Birth Date:21-MAR

Student Type: Continuing Curriculum Information

Current Program

Degree: Master of Science in Nursing

College: College of Nursing

Campus: USC Columbia

Major :Psych/Mntl Hlth Nrse Practitnr

Major Concentration: Distributed Graduate Program

***Transcript type: ADVS Advising is NOT Official ***


Early Walk: Master of Science in Nursing

Degree Date: August 2019

Curriculum Information

Primary Degree

Major:Psych/Mntl Hlth Nrse Practitnr

Major Concentration:Distributed Graduate Program


Attempt Hours

Passed Hours

Earned Hours

GPA Hours

Quality Points


Total Institution:







Total Transfer:














Term: Fall 2017

College: College of Nursing

Major: Comm Ment Hlth and Psych Nrsng

Student Type:Graduate

CEU Contact Hours

NURS700USC Columbia GR Theoretical and Conceptual Foundation for Nursing A 3.000 12.00

NURS707 USC Columbia GR Advanced Pathophysiology for Nurses B 3.000 9.00

NURS717USC Columbia GR Application of Basic Statistics for Nursing Practice & Service Management A 3.000 12.00

Attempt Hours 9.Passed Hours 9.Earned Hours 9.GPA Hours 9.Quality Points 33.GPA 3.667

Term: Spring 2018

College:College of Nursing

Major:Psych/Mntl Hlth Nrse Practitnr

Student Type:Continuing

EPID700USC ColumbiaGRIntroduction to Epidemiology B 3.000 9.00

NURS702USC ColumbiaGRAPRN Pharm Ped Adult Gero B 3.000 9.00

NURS761USC ColumbiaGR Neuro Basis Bahvr Psychoph W

Term: Summer 2018

College:College of Nursing

Major:Psych/Mntl Hlth Nrse Practitnr

Student Type:Continuing

NURS704USC ColumbiaGRAdvanced Health Assessment B 3.000 9.00

NURS718USC ColumbiaGRDiagn Intrptn & Therptc Modalt B 3.000 9.00

NURS761USC ColumbiaGR Neuro Basis Bahvr Psychoph A 3.000 12.00

Term: Fall 2018

College:College of Nursing

Major:Psych/Mntl Hlth Nrse Practitnr

Student Type:Continuing

NURS720USC ColumbiaGRClin Appl Popltn Analysis A3.000 12.00

NURS731USC ColumbiaGRMgmt Psych Mntl Hlth A3.000 12.00 NURS790USC ColumbiaGRResearch Methods Nursing A3.000 12.00

COURSES IN PROGRESS -Term: Spring 2019

College:College of Nursing

Major:Psych/Mntl Hlth Nrse Practitnr

Student Type:Continuing

NURS 708 USC ColumbiaGR Conceptual Basis for Family and Community Health Nursing 3.000

NURS 732USC ColumbiaGR Management of Complex Mental Health Problems 3.000

NURS791USC ColumbiaGR Seminar in Clinical Nursing Research 3.000

NSG Seminar in Clinical Nursing Research NURS791-J30-SPRING-2019

Total 597.00/600 Weighted Total 98.28571%

NSG Conceptual Basis for Family and Community Health Nursing NURS708-J50-SPRING-2019

Total 824.00/824 Weighted Total 100.00%

NSG Management of Complex Mental Health Problems NURS732-J50-SPRING-2019

Total 1,268.25/1,523 Weighted Total 86.52991%

Case Documentation DUE: APR 21, 2019AssignmentApr 28, 2019 9:22 PM GRADED 98.00/100

Comments: Teresa this is great overall! I have enjoyed the past two semesters working with you. I appreciate your level of thoughtfulness and detail in the formulation. I want to provide a few recommendations. I love this template, but I would have liked to see narrative for some of the content as the narrative allows you to make connections with the information that was gathered. I do agree with your diagnosis and treatment plan. Wellbutrin XL is a great choice due to her symptoms of low energy, hypersomnia, and lack of motivation. I particularly appreciate the homework assignment you provided the patient.

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