About Us

Our Culture

Psych360 is uniquely positioned in today’s marketplace as an innovative leader and committed provider of psychiatric healthcare. We seek out the highest quality employees, empower them with clear initiatives and support them with the latest technology to perform in the field to their highest potential. We value the individual, their training, our team approach and our dedication as a collective force to improve the quality of life for every person we serve. 

We treat our clients and our employees with dignity and respect. We foster a responsive environment and encourage teammates to ask questions, seek solutions and feel supported, which translates to accelerated professional growth and the best service available delivered to our clients.   

Our Values

  • Innovate: We push to stay on the leading edge of psychiatric care to ensure your residents are getting the best services possible. We never want to stop learning or make positive changes.
  • Serve: We strive to serve both your residents and your staff. Rather than applying a prefabricated program, we tailor your facility’s psychiatric care to your needs.
  • Win: We’ve intentionally designed our psychiatric services to help your residents be healthier, your facility to be compliant and you to be happy with the decision you made to partner with us. When you win, we win.
  • Own It: We don’t make excuses or pass blame. We empower our team to own everything that is related to your facility’s psychiatric care.
  • Right Things, Right Now: We know that efficiency and effectiveness are crucial when it comes to your residents’ mental health. That is why we offer responsive 24/7 total support.
  • Together: We partner with your staff in a collaborative approach.
  • Humility: While we strive to be abreast of psychiatric developments, we aren’t proud enough to think we know it all. We are always available to listen to your feedback and input.

Organization/Society Memberships

  • American Psychiatric Nurse Association
  • Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses
  • American Nurse Credentialing Center 
  • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 
  • Ohio Health Care Association 
  • Ohio Assisted Living Association
  • American College of Health Care Administrators 
  • American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 
  • Ohio Board of Nursing

Special Training and Certifications

  • Board certified in psychiatry and mental health from the ANCC
  • MAT trained 
  • Board-certified APRNs 
  • Teepa Snow

Key Relationships

  • University Hospitals Health System, Case Western Reserve Medical Center, Quality Care Network Member 
  • Southwest General Health system 
  • Kent State University 
  • University of Cincinnati 
  • The Ohio State University 
  • Ursuline College 
  • Robert Morris University 
  • The University of Akron 
  • Walsh University 
  • Walden University 
  • University of Missouri-Kansas City