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Suite 250 Overland Park, KS 66210

(913) 327-7054

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PCA4U Nancy Pierce, APRN, BC Profile 2020

Nancy Pierce,

Medical Doctor – ​Psychiatric And Counseling Associates

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Nancy Pierce is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified in Family Mental Health (child. adolescent, adult).

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Our office does not accept any Medicare or Medicaid.

Nancy Pierce does not take any New Directions Plans.

Ms. Pierce received her MSN degree in 2001 from the University of Kansas and completed both the Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner programs. Ms. Pierce has worked in almost all areas of nursing, including school nursing.

She provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, treatment plans and ongoing medication management, if needed. She works with ages 5-60. Her special interests are in the areas of Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, and Attention Deficit Disorder.

With an extensive medical background and years of experience, Ms. Pierce brings a holistic approach to helping clients. Ms. Pierce considers it both a responsibility and a privilege to listen closely to clients to understand what they are experiencing that limits their ability to live life to the fullest. It is only with that understanding that Ms. Pierce and the client can work together to decide what treatment will work best for that individual at that particular time in their life. As a parent and grandparent, Ms. Pierce fully understands and appreciates parents’ angst when their child is struggling. You will find her willing to partner with you in treating your child.  As well as being an excellent clinician, Ms. Pierce’s upbeat attitude, calmness, and compassion put adults and children alike at ease.    ​

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Please check with your insurance company to make sure our office and/or provider is listed in your network and if a pre-authorization is required for coverage of your initial exam.​

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Our Team Members


Brent Menninger


Brent Menninger in his 20 years of psychiatric practice, has gained expertise with many different psychiatric conditions while working with patients from a variety of backgrounds.


Diane Gaunt


Diane Gaunt is a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years experience.  She is board certified, and provides initial psychiatric consultations for diagnostic purposes.

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Holly is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a member of the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists (AAMFT). She received her Masters’ in Family Therapy from Friends University.

Kenneth “Bryce” Jones


Kenneth “Bryce” Jones received his Master of Science in Family Therapy in 2016 from Friends University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Family Ministry from Manhattan Christian College in 2013.

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Follow-up appointments
are flexible

In the beginning of treatment, people usually need to be seen more frequently. Follow-up with patients who started on new medication within one to three weeks regarding response to medication, side-effects, or any changes are normally scheduled for either 15 or 30 min.

Standard medication management follow-up appointment is 15 min. Sometimes longer appointments are necessary to gather more information for further diagnostics or to communicate important psycho-educational information.

Some patients may benefit from a psychotherapy process which involves exploration and understanding the patient’s circumstances. Once a patient is stable, depending on the situation, they may follow up every one month, three months, or six months.