Kayla (Kay) Green, APRN, PMHNP hails from a small, rural town in Indiana. As a proud Hoosier, she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in respiratory therapy from the Indiana University School of Medicine which afforded her the opportunity to work at the bedside in critical care and emergency medicine for four years. Pivoting into a different realm of healthcare, Kay transplanted to Connecticut where she became a registered nurse and received her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Yale University. Her clinical interests include preventative healthcare, chronic illness, substance use disorder, LGBTQIA and gender-affirming care, and cognitive studies. She is committed to advocating for health equity, integrating mental health and primary care, educating on harm reduction, and public outreach. It is with great fortune and gratitude she is granted the opportunity to collaborate with individuals in this wonderful community.
Adam Greenlee, MD grew up on a beef cattle farm in rural Southwestern Pennsylvania, before moving on to Colgate University and graduating with a BA in history. After completing his undergraduate degree, he taught English in South Korea as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and worked within the Office of AIDS Research at the National Institutes of Health. He received his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and remained in Pittsburgh for training in the UPMC St. Margaret/WPIC combined family medicine/psychiatry residency program. His personal interests include improving the interface between mental and physical health and health care systems that improve patient care through integrating physical and behavioral health. While not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family, books, animals, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Lisa Hardy, APRN, PMHNP has over 30 years of experience in varied healthcare settings, including Maternal-Child Health, Women’s Health, Cardiology, and Psychiatry. 18 of those years have been in Vermont communities. Her experience also includes five years as the coordinator for Community Health Nursing at Norwich University in addition to her full-time teaching duties there. She completed a Master’s in Nursing at Yale University in 2004 with a specialty in Nurse-Midwifery and later returned for her PMHNP Certification through Frontier Nursing University, which specializes in community-based healthcare delivery. Her clinical interests include the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, perinatal mental health, and functional medicine approaches to mental health, and the food-mood connection. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time outdoors, backyard birdwatching, sewing, biking and cooking.
Margaret (Greta) Spottswood, MD, MPH graduated from University of Vermont College of Medicine and completed her Psychiatry Residency and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the Cambridge Health Alliance. She enjoys the challenge of evidence-based psychiatric care using a systematic team approach to provide the best possible care to the greatest number of children.
Julia Zdanowicz, PMHNP-BC was born and raised in Chicago, IL and relocated to Vermont in 2021. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Rehabilitative Services in 2002 and spent many years assisting adults with developmental disabilities and autism, as well directed unit operations for various Dementia Special Care Units in Chicago. She received her nursing degree from Morton College in 2013 and worked as an intensive care nurse for several years in a small community hospital. Julia received a Master’s of Science in Nursing in 2021 and became board certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. The majority of her training was done at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, IL which has been ranked #1 in the state. Julia values collaborative care to be a support to her patients as they navigate their mental health goals to achieve symptom relief.