Laurel Holze, PA-C, MPH, received her undergraduate degree from Denison University. She went on to pursue her double master’s degrees, with honors, in physician assistant studies and public health at George Washington University. Her MPH in community-oriented primary care was inspired by her work as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Lesotho, southern Africa.
Laurel has worked in a variety of fields including family practice and gastroenterology. She has worked in general and geriatric psychiatry since 2012. She has provided psychiatric care in outpatient settings, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes. She specializes in the outpatient treatment of depression and anxiety. Laurel has a strong interest in connected parenting and helping parents whose children struggle with ADHD, DMDD, ODD, trauma, and attachment disorders.
Laurel is a licensed physician assistant certified by the NCCPA.