Ryan Sheridan, PMHNP

Specialties: ADHD, Medication Management, Sports Performance


ADHD, Medication Management, Sports Performance



Age Group Focus


Treatment Approaches

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Coaching, Holistic, Integrative, Meditation/Relaxation, Mindfulness Based Approaches, Nutrition Counseling, Sports Psychology


Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Career Counseling, Depression, Gender Identity, Goal Setting, Life Coaching, Medication Management, Men's Issues, Pain Management, Relationship Issues, Sex Therapy, Sexual Addiction, Sexual Orientation, Sexuality Issues, Weight Loss

State Licenses

Maryland, Missouri and Washington D.C.

About Ryan Sheridan

I’m a PMHNP based in Washington, DC. My hobbies include travel, cooking (and eating), hiking, skiing, anything outdoors, exercise (CrossFit), real estate development, and reading. I love all genres of music (I'm a Barb and a Swiftie), and enjoy a thoughtful debate. ​ Family gives purpose to my life and is a safe space, for that I am very fortunate. I received my first undergraduate degree in business from Mizzou (University of Missouri). After college I started a real estate development firm. Burn out was real for me – so I changed gears and went back to school to be a nurse. For nursing school I completed an accelerated bachelors of science in nursing at the prestigious Goldfarb School of Nursing (on the Barnes Jewish Hospital / Washington University campus in St. Louis, Missouri). My nursing experience includes time on medical/surgical and behavioral health floors, in the emergency department, partial hospitalization programs, and contract work for the Veteran’s Association. I quickly fell in love with psychiatry. I also realized how poor the model of psychiatry operates - with some of the worst outcomes in all of healthcare. I decided to specialize in psychiatric/mental health at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. Currently, I am working on a doctorate with my research focusing on the intersection of mental health and exercise. I’ve married, divorced, loved, lost, changed careers, chased dreams, failed, made mistakes, had successes, moved cities, grieved lost loved ones, come out, struggled, been diagnosed (with ADHD, among other things), and grown. I share this with you to provide context. I am human – with all the emotions that come with being human. My intention in working with you is to be authentic.

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