Dieunette Omwanghe, a compassionate and dedicated Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), exudes an unyielding passion for providing tailored psychiatric care across diverse communities. Her specialized focus is on individuals navigating physical disabilities, survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, developmental delays, men, women, rural communities, LGBTQ+ individuals, and those managing chronic illnesses. Omwanghe’s expertise encompasses a wide spectrum of mental health conditions, including conduct disorders, attention disorders, trauma/PTSD, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, OCD, substance abuse, gender identity conflicts, dissociative disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dieunette currently operates a non-profit organization that helps homeless women and children. She is an advocate against obstetrics injustice and violence.
Omwanghe’s approach centers on delivering empathetic, individualized care that respects the unique mental health needs within each specific community. Her commitment lies in fostering personalized support, nurturing healing, and empowering individuals to enhance resilience and cultivate holistic well-being among the diverse communities she serves. Dieunette loves her family, travel, and her dog Jolie.