Dr. Antonella Graña is a double board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who specializes in comprehensive care for attention and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents at South Florida Integrative Medicine. She earned the terminal degree in her field, a Doctor of Nursing Practice, from Florida International University in 2022, writing her doctoral dissertation on increasing cultural competency in mental healthcare.
Dr. Graña treats a spectrum of diagnoses in children at our practice that include ADHD, oppositional/defiant behavior disorder, conduct disorder, anxiety, ASD, and developmental disabilities. Dr. Graña also sees adults at our office for a wide range of mental health presentations, providing holistic psychiatric care to patients across the lifespan. She is a certified provider of Spravato (esketamine), a novel treatment for treatment-resistant major depressive disorder. Dr. Graña is fluent in both English and Spanish and sees patients for appointments in both languages.
Outside of her role at South Florida Integrative Medicine. Dr. Graña is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences, where she co-leads the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Track. Prior to her current role, Dr. Graña made contributions to research at Florida International University's Center for Children and Families and the University of Miami's Hussmann Institute for Human Genomics, focusing on ADHD, substance use, genetics, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Alzheimer's Disease. A proud FIU Golden Panther, she remains a driving force in advancing mental healthcare, research, and education.
South Florida Integrative Medicine offers Spravato (esketamine) to adult patients who have been diagnosed with treatment-resistant major depressive disorder.