Amber Mobley is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner at Alleviant’s Fort Smith location, where she sees children, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients.
She holds a Master of Science in nursing- PMHNP from the University of New Hampshire, Master of Science in nursing- Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
Before coming to Alleviant, she worked as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner at Northwest Hospital in Springdale and Western Arkansas Counseling and Guidance Center in Fort Smith.
“I initially started in family medicine and worked at a rural and school-based clinic,” Amber said. “In the area where I worked there were not enough mental health providers, and I wanted to serve those I worked with to the best of my ability so I went back to further my abilities and knowledge, which could help fill a gap in the rural areas I served.”
She joined Alleviant because she wanted to work for a company that stays on the cutting edge and offers beneficial treatments to those who may need more.
“I want to be able to offer my patients the best options for them to improve and live the life they want,” she said.
Known for being down to earth and easy to speak with, Amber said helping patients achieve a positive outcome is the best feeling, especially when they achieve something they may not have thought possible.
A native Arkansan, she has two wonderfully high-spirited children and an “at-home zoo” consisting of four dogs and three cats.
Away from work, she loves to read and travel.
“Now that my children are older, I hope to see the world with them.”