Carrie Kralicek, PMHNP

Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner & TeleMedicine Provider located in Coeur d'Alene, ID

About Carrie Kralicek, PMHNP

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.

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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.


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