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Adrienne Elyse Harmon, MN, PMHNP-BC


ANCC Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

  • Master of Nursing as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Oregon Health & Science University in 2020

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oregon Health & Science University in 2018

  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the Evergreen State College in 2003


I am honored to work with individuals and families during times of greatest vulnerability to facilitate
mental wellness. Authenticity and empathy guide my therapeutic alliance. I believe each individual, even
the child, has their own unique inner wisdom and autonomy which should guide the therapeutic process.
I work with families and individuals to provide holistic care, taking into consideration the diverse
elements in the patient's life that are barriers and strengths to improving mental health. I enjoy working
with individuals from diverse backgrounds including LGBTQ and gender non-conforming clients. I
diagnose and treat patients across the lifespan from 6 to 65 years of age, with a specialized interest in
children, adolescents, and young adults.


I am a mother, a daughter but above all a deeply empathetic and compassionate human with a strong passion for social justice. My roots are in community organizing, healthcare reform, workers' rights, contract negotiations, and empowerment of LGBTQ youth. My greatest pleasures include devouring delectable foods, swimming in warm oceans, and ridiculously long rainy Pacific Northwest trail runs through Forest Park.


Jean Sterry, PMHNP Doctor of Nursing Practice Intern

  • Doctor of Nursing Candidate 2023 from Oregon Health & Science University

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oregon Health & Science University in 2016

  • Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Puget Sound in 2008


I believe that people are doing the best they can at any given moment. Often, our past life experiences as well as physical, psychological, social, and systemic factors impact our behaviors in ways that can be both helpful and unhelpful in our lives. Healing happens in relationship, and I am committed to creating a safe, supportive and collaborative environment in which clients’ can be their most authentic selves and move towards their mental wellness goals. I am queer-affirming and make every effort to create an inclusive environment for people from all walks of life. I enjoy working with individuals and families across the lifespan, with a special interest in supporting children, adolescents and young adults. I am a life-long learner, which includes my own anti-oppression work and focus on evidence-based individualized care. I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of others’ lives and support them in their pursuit of growth, learning and transformation.


I am a mom to a sweet, snuggly toddler and distinguished older dog. When not in clinic,you’ll find me biking, hiking or splashing in a river with my kiddo and partner, cookingand/or eating something delicious, and - if I’m really lucky - ending the day curled up witha good book and great music.

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