Aimee Sprague, RN, M.S., PMHNP-BC

  • Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, School of Medicine


Aimee Sprague specializes in the assessment and treatment of people of all ages suffering with symptoms of mental illness. She has particular clinical experience with mental health care of older adults.

Aimee became a psychiatric nurse practitioner after working and volunteering for many years in community health in San Francisco. She became motivated to pursue a career in psychiatric nursing after losing a beloved parent to depression and suicide following many systems-related barriers and inadequacies to their care. Aimee’s clinical interests include geriatric psychiatry, psychosis, brain injury, harm reduction, perinatal mental health, structural competency, and behavioral health integration in primary care. But primarily she loves being a nurse.

Outside of work Aimee enjoys reading, swimming, knitting, coffee, satire, playing with her young kiddo, talking about weather and seasons, and cheerleading her friends.

Education and training

    • B.S., 2007, University of California Berkeley
    • M.S., 2014, University of California San Francisco
  • Certifications

    • American Nurses Credentialing Center

Memberships and associations:

  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association



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