Allison Sikorsky, PMHNP
Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner & TeleMedicine Provider Available in Multiple States
Dr. Allison Sikorsky, PMHNP, is a doctorly prepared board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and the founder of At Your Service Psychiatry. Allison is an alumnus of the top psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner program in the nation, graduating from Rush University in Chicago, Illinois, in 2011. She is licensed in 20 states to provide telepsychiatry services.
Allison has more than 20 years of experience in health care. During the last nine years, she’s been a psychiatric nurse practitioner, caring for patients with a wide variety of mental health conditions. Allison’s experience includes treating patients in community mental health settings and inpatient acute psychiatric units and providing psychiatric consultation-liaison services to various hospitals.
Allison follows her patients’ progress from their hospital treatment to their life as an outpatient. She describes herself as being a highly sensitive person who strives to care for her patients in a personal and meaningful way, rather than just prescribing medications. Allison has a sincere commitment to patient privacy and satisfaction, as well. If after the first visit, a patient feels they will not benefit from her services, Allison provides a full refund of their fees.
Allison enjoys working with adults of all ages and genders but has a particular interest in women’s mental health needs (including postpartum adjustment to new motherhood), and women’s sexual medicine (including lower sexual desire disorder). Allison also has a passion for providing mental health services to other healthcare professionals and caregivers.
On the personal side, Allison is married for nineteen years, has three teenaged boys, and two dogs. For fun, you can find her watching wrestling matches and band concerts, roller skating, and walking her little dogs with the family.
Brandi Boan, PsyD
Prescribing Psychologist and Telemedicine Provider Available in Illinois
Dr. Brandi Boan, PsyD is a board-certified prescribing psychologist available to Illinois adult residents for psychiatric treatment.
Dr. Boan has almost ten years experience as a neuropsychologist. She completed her education at Adler University, her neuropsychology training at Rush University, internship at Elgin State Hospital, and her post-doctorate training at a variety of clinics and hospitals. Related to prescribing psychology, she completed her education at Farleigh Dickinson University and her psychopharmacology residency through Amita Health System Hospitals. She is the second licensed prescribing psychologist in the state of Illinois.
Dr. Boan is an active member of the American Psychological Association, the Illinois Psychological Association, the Illinois Association of Prescribing Psychologists, and the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. Dr. Boan has authored several articles about healthcare, as well as given presentations and lectures related to brain injury and concussions. She has also spoken about the importance of outreach and health services in rural areas. Dr. Boan has been a consultant for a variety of clinics in Illinois, as well as a consultant at St. Joseph Hospital in Elgin, Illinois.
Dr. Boan strives to provide patients with the best experience and care through a warm, friendly, family-like atmosphere.
Holly Gomez-Levine, PMHNP
Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner & TeleMedicine Provider Available in Montana
Holly Gomez-Levine is a board-certified family psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner with over twenty years of healthcare experience.
Holly is an alumnus of the top psychiatric nurse practitioner program at Rush University in Chicago, IL, in 2012.
During the last eight years of psychiatry practice, she cared for children, adolescents, and adults with various mental health conditions. Holly practiced out of community mental health centers, cared for children ages 4-17 in group and foster homes, and the out-patient setting. She treats people with depression, anxiety, bipolar, complex trauma, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, and all psychiatry needs.
Holly pursued advanced training in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy with a focus on caring for people with sexual abuse and complex traumas. She additionally worked and became a certified LGBTQ provider for Western Montana’s LGBTQ+ Community Center. When asked her specialty or favorite patient population, she replied, “I love working with all people.”
On the personal side, Holly is the mom of three amazing teenaged boys. For fun, she enjoys kicking back in her converse, outdoors, and music.
Carrie Kralicek, PMHNP
Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner & TeleMedicine Provider Available in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
Carrie Kralicek, PMHNP, is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner at At Your Service Psychiatry in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. She specializes in treating first responders and sees patients living in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon.
At the practice, Carrie understands your need for privacy and medication choices. Using a genuine caring approach, she offers her patients discrete psychiatric and personal expertise tailored to their unique needs.
Carrie earned her Master of Science in Nursing at Gonzaga University in 2013. She then earned her Forensic Nursing Certificate in 2005. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate degree at Idaho State University in Pocatello. Prior to joining the team at At Your Service Psychiatry, Carrie was in the United States Air Force and worked in the juvenile justice system as a jail nurse.
Carrie stays up-to-date in her field and is actively involved in many organizations. She is a part of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, American Nurses Association, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Oregon Nurses Association, International Association Forensic Nursing. She is a board member of the Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation, an honorary member of the International Conference of Police Chaplains, and a part of Zonta International, an organization that advocates for women.
She is married to Mike Kralicek, a former police officer who suffered a near-fatal debilitating injury in the line of duty. After her personal experiences with trauma affecting first responders, Carrie developed a passion for caring for those who sacrifice themselves to save others. She remains active in the Pacific Northwest Trauma Liaison Concerns of Police Survivors, Injuries and Line of Duty Deaths, and Traumas of Law Enforcement.
Through proposed legislation and motivational speaking, Carrie advocates on behalf of public servants and has been a speaker for several organizations, including the Concerns of Police Survivors, United States Park Service Rangers, FBI, and Fraternal Order of Police. Carrie has also spoken for the legislature and in academic settings regarding traumas of law enforcement and the aftermath of a critical incident.
April Molo, RN
April Molo, BSN, RN, is our practice’s registered nurse and virtual assistant. She assists our clients with scheduling, pharmacy requests, and any inquiries texted or emailed from you while our clinicians are in sessions. April obtained her Bachelors in Nursing from Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation in 2008. Her years of healthcare experience span from patient care to practice support and include working with the United States Agency for International Development and American Data Exchange Corporation. For fun, she spends time with her children and family in the Philippines.