Meredith Bailey APRN provides medication management to all ages with a specialty in adolescence through young adults. She also treats peri-natal and post-natal illnesses, in addition to peri-menopausal and post-menopausal women. She provides individual therapy in conjunction with medication management specifically to the LGBTQ community. Meredith received advanced training in trauma therapy at the PTSD Center in New Haven, CT. Meredith strongly encourages all patients to be engaged in individual psychotherapy in addition to medication management.
Meredith started her career as an RN in CT Children’s Medical Center emergency department. She received her bachelor’s of nursing from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY in 2007. She completed her master’s of science in nursing from Yale University in 2012. She worked for Yale New Haven Hospital on the inpatient psychiatric unit until December 2016 and part time at CT Healing Center in Hamden, CT starting in 2014. She currently maintains a position within Yale Psychiatric Hospital as a per diem provider.
Jennifer Barba is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in child and adolescent psychiatry. She has over twenty years of experience working with children and families. Jennifer has specialized training in trauma treatment, addiction treatment, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Jennifer graduated with her MSW from Simmons School for Social Work. She is the founder and Executive Director of Connecticut Healing Center. Jennifer has been in private practice for over twenty years providing individual, family and group psychotherapy. Specialty areas include adolescent depression, treatment for ADD/ADHD, trauma, impulse control disorders and a variety of spectrum disorders. She is additionally employed by the Yale New Haven Hospital Psychiatry Department. Prior to Yale, Jennifer was the Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Service at the Hospital of Saint Raphael where she was responsible for the overall clinical and administrative operations of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services including all inpatient and ambulatory psychiatry programs.
Rory Condon is a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner who provides medication management; focusing on adults with mood, anxiety, and trauma related disorders. Rory takes a holistic approach to helping patients manage mental illness through psychopharmacological, psychotherapeutic, and lifestyle interventions.
Rory has been working in mental health for a decade with a variety of different populations. He currently practices inpatient at Yale Psychiatric Hospital and previously headed the Psychiatric Consultation service at Griffin Hospital. In 2018 Rory received the Outstanding Newcomer Award being named one of the two best APRNs hired across the Yale New Haven Health system that year. He did his advanced practice training at Yale School of Nursing, graduating in 2016. Rory holds a Masters of Arts in Applied Psychology from Fairfield University as well as two bachelor’s degrees from Quinnipiac University in both Nursing and History.
Alana Pomarico is a family nurse practitioner. She graduated from Yale University in 2012 with her RN and APRN. She worked at Natchaug Hospital on the inpatient psychiatric adolescent unit before moving into an advanced practice role on the adult psychiatric inpatient unit from 2013-2017.
Alana worked outpatient at CT Healing Center in Hamden providing medication management. She looks forward to resuming outpatient medication management for adult clients age 18 and older. She enjoys treating anxiety, depression, mood disorders, including post-partum and perinatal mood disorders. She continues advancing her education to provide competent care to the Queer community including transgender and non-binary clients.
Alana also has an interest and specialty in treating the geriatric populations.