Nate Bradfield, PMHNP-BC, works in our Rexburg and Idaho Falls offices. He works with children, adolescents, and adults.
Nate began his mental health career as a Registered Nurse at State Hospital South in 2009, where he worked mainly on the adolescent unit. In 2011, he joined the Behavioral Health Center team as a Charge Nurse on the Teton Residential Unit. During his two years there, he was also a Charge Nurse on their acute adult and adolescent units.
In 2013, Nate earned his Master’s Degree in Nursing from Gonzaga University. He graduated with honors and was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau. During his internship, he worked under a Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist treating pediatrics and adolescents. After graduation, he directed the mental health division at Season’s Medical in Rexburg. He has worked with people of all ages and mental health diagnoses utilizing medication management and psychotherapy. Nate excels at helping people make positive changes in their lives to help alleviate the pain and distress that mental illness may cause. Nate is passionate about prevention and postvention mental health treatment. He uses evidenced-based practices to help people cope with their mental health diagnosis and believes that every person is of great worth and should be treated with respect. He values being able to give each patient the time and attention they deserve to ensure individualized care and treatment. He also enjoys spending time with his family and friends, playing in the great outdoors, and appreciating what life has to offer.