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William F. Connell School of Nursing

Pamela A. Terreri, M.S., RN/PC, PMHNP-BC

clinical assistant professor

Pamela A. Terreri, M.S., RN/PC

Office
Cushing Hall 334 D
617-552-6442
pamela.terreri@bc.edu

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

  • M.S.N. - Boston University
  • B.S. - Boston College

CLINICAL INTERESTS

Symptom management in young adults struggling with Anxiety and Mood Disorders.

BIOGRAPHY

Ms Terreri has been in practice as a Clinical Nurse Specialist since 1976 and has had faculty appointments at Boston University and Boston College.  Her practice includes initial psychiatric evaluations, and medication management with adults as well as ongoing psychotherapy with individuals, couples, families and groups. Her current clinical focus is in the area of symptom management in anxiety disorders and major depression.

Working with both graduate and undergraduate nursing students, Ms Terreri has been privileged to introduce students to inpatient psychiatric treatment units at McLean, St. Elizabeth’s, Newton Wellesley and The Arbour Hospitals. She has also supervised graduate students at a number of community mental health outpatient clinics and student health services throughout the Boston area. Building the alliances between academic programs and clinical agencies is an ongoing area of concentration.

Ms Terreri received her B.S.N. from Boston College and her M.S.N. from Boston University. She is certified as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in the specialty of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing. She is a member of The American Psychiatric Nurses Association as well as a long-term peer supervision group.

Appointments & Awards

  • 2014 - Certified by AACN

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Willis, D. G., Rhodes, A., Dionne-Odom, J., Lee, K., & Terreri, P. (in press). A hermeneutic phenomenological understanding of men's healing from childhood maltreatment. To appear in Journal of Holistic Nursing.
  •  Grace, P. J., & Terreri, P. (2013). Nursing ethics and advanced practice: Psychiatric and mental health issues. In Grace, P. J. (Ed.). Nursing ethics and professional responsibility in advanced practice (2nd ed.) (pp. 397-422). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett.