Ednan Haroon is a Kashmiri born, Michigan transplant who joined Greenwich House in December of 2021. He splits his time between two signature programs: the Center for Resiliency and Wellness (CRW) and the Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program (MMTP).
Mr. Haroon provides patients at both locations with medication management along with psychotherapeutic modalities that follow his belief in the holistic model of care. He also spends time educating staff on disease processes and new research in psychiatric treatments, to enhance the foundation of psychiatry at Greenwich House.
Mr. Haroon prioritizes communication as his experience grew from being a trained nurse aid to a nurse practitioner, which allowed him to spend ample time with clients whether it be in their home, bedside, or at the clinic. As a psychiatric nurse practitioner, Mr. Haroon uses a trauma-informed perspective and approaches his care through an evidence-based lens to maximize the well-being of his patients.
His cultural background and ability to speak Urdu, Hindi, and Kashmiri allows Mr. Haroon to additionally care for clients with language barriers in the South Asian community.
Mr. Haroon obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Northern Michigan University in 2016 and joined the field of mental health at Johns Hopkins where he completed his nursing residency. He then obtained a Master’s degree in Nursing at Wayne State University and is now a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
In his spare time, Mr. Haroon enjoys spending time with those dear to him, engulfing himself in NYC’s food culture, and exploring the great outdoors.