Meet our Team Members (By Location) 

Nicole graduated from South University with a Master's Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner. 


Her career started as a psychiatric nurse manager, which helped her realize that psychiatric nursing was the field for her. She's also had the opportunity to work as an Adult Health Psychiatric Nurse Liaison, Psychiatric Case Manager, ACT services and Team Lead Mobile Crisis. 


In her spare time she likes to inspire others to be great, motivate others to change and encourage others to believe in themselves.



Ojinga studied at Jackson State University for her undergraduate, University of Tennesee College of Medicine and Duke University Medical Center for training in Psychiatry and Internal Medicine.


Her favorite part about working in mental heal is meeting new people, and learning about experiences to develop a plan for achieving success.


In her spare time she love family time, church activities and business development. 



Ojinga Harrison, MD
Carissa Kicinski, MPAS, PA-C

Carissa studied at Gannon University for her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies.


Her favorite part about working in mental health is getting the opportunity to connect with people, heart their stories and provide care for them as they work through every day struggles.


In her spare time you can find her hiking and cooking, as well as discovering new music.



India studied at UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and did her residency in Internal medicine. She continued her education with a fellowship in geriatric medicine at Duke. 

​India's favorite part of mental health care and why she chooses it in her own words are "I especially enjoy addiction medicine as it affords me the opportunity to manage clients with various comorbid psychiatric illnesses enabling them to reclaim and live their best life. The life that they and their families deserve. 

In her spare time she loves dabbling in essential oils, reading about their benefits and putting them to the test. 



India Reid Sims, MD