Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains

Tracey Wiese, APRN, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC,

Independent Consultant

Tracey is working at the 307 East Northern Lights Suite 201 location and can be reached at 229-9766 or for scheduling purposes.  If you are a new or potential client, you must contact Tracey directly before scheduling an appointment.  For current clients, you can schedule or change appointments at this link:

Tracey Wiese is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner certified in both Family Practice and Psychiatric Mental Health. She holds a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from Frontier Nursing University, where she attended as a Jonas Scholar. She has been working with at risk youth and families for a decade here in the Anchorage area. Prior to doing work in the outpatient mental health setting, Dr. Wiese worked for Forensic Nursing Services of Providence  and Alaska CARES, the Children's Advocacy Center in Anchorage for 6 years. At Alaska CARES, Dr. Wiese evaluated children and families when there were concerns of sexual abuse, physical abuse and/or severe neglect. Dr. Wiese is excited to join Changing Tides where she will be providing trauma informed psychotropic medication management and other mental health supportive services. In addition, she will continue to provide medical services for patients who identify as Transgender as well as those clients pursuing an FASD diagnosis. Dr. Wiese consults with and provides education and services to various organizations in the Anchorage area regarding integrating trauma informed, evidenced based, sensitive approaches to at risk populations, LGBTQ sensitivity and competency and a variety of other topics. These organizations currently include the Fetal Alcohol Diagnostic Team, Birchwood Behavioral Health Group Home, State of Alaska (Expert Testimony), Office of Children's Services and Department of Juvenile Justice, The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and many others.  Dr. Wiese speaks frequently throughout the state and nationally on these topics as well. 

Dr. Wiese brings a trauma informed approach to all of her work. She is active in the state and national legislature, advocating for access to care and reducing barriers for specific populations. She was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for Standing Together Against Rape and has held multiple leadership positions within the Alaska Nurse Practitioner Association. In her free time, she soaks in snuggles and laughs with her family and has a love for traveling the world.