• Megan A. Demos, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC

    Family Nurse Practitioner - Board Certified
    Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner - Board Certified


Ohio Board of Nursing
American Nurses Credentialing Center

Post Master’s PMHNP Certificate, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, University of Cincinnati
Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Malone University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing/Minor in Psychology, Registered Nurse, Kent State University (Cum Laude)
Associate in Applied Science/Public Health, Public Health Technician, Community College of the Air Force

Professional History
Megan Demos has a varied background in the medical profession that began in the United States Air Force in 2005 as a Public Health Technician. She enjoyed being part of the military, and proudly served her country on both Active Duty and in the Reserves until 2021 when she was honorably discharged. Megan began practicing as a board-certified family nurse practitioner focusing on psychiatric medicine in 2019. She was nominated and selected as an essential worker by Haute Ohio Magazine in the Gratitude Guild in Spring 2021 for her heroic efforts to keep the society and communities moving forward during an unprecedented and uncertain time. Megan also enjoys education and is an adjunct professor at Malone University where she assists in teaching the bachelor’s and master’s level nursing students.


  • Children (5 and up),
  • Teenagers
  • Adults
  • Geriatrics

Professional Objectives
“My personal philosophy when providing psychiatric care to my patients is to treat each and every person as I would like to be treated. It is my moral obligation to provide nonjudgmental care and support to my patients. I also strive to educate my clients and other individuals in the community about mental health care. As a healthcare professional, I strongly believe that I have the ability to change the way those with mental illnesses view themselves and how they are viewed and treated by others.”

Theoretical Orientation
“I believe the treatment of psychiatric disorders should be holistic in nature and should include a combination of prescribing up-to-date psychiatric medications as well as well-researched natural treatments such as vitamins and supplements. This whole-body approach also incorporates wellness principles and lifestyle modifications, such as dietary changes, exercise, sleep hygiene, mindfulness, and social connectedness. I am here to work alongside you, give you hope, and help you improve your overall quality of life.”

Certificates/Special Training:

  • Question, Persuade, and Refer: Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention
  • Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality
  • Assessing and Managing Suicidal Risk
  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
  • Medications for Addiction Treatment/Substance Use Disorders
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Basic Life Support

Professional Affiliations/Memberships:

  • Member of Ohio Association of Advanced Practices Nurses
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  • Volunteer member of Suicide Prevention Coalition of Stark County
  • Board Member of Stark Teen Impact (Nonprofit)

PsyCare Office(s) served:

  • Liberty