Virginia Roper, PhD, PMHNP

Psychologist, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Virginia Roper is a licensed clinical psychologist and a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner. She integrates both roles on a daily basis to provide comprehensive, competent, and compassionate care.

Her practice offers the opportunity to receive diagnostic evaluations and psychiatric medication management. Virginia uses a collaborative, active, and non-judgmental approach to help people identify and understand the underlying causes of emotional distress and lack of fulfillment in close relationships and at work.

Virginia has specialized training in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, borderline personality disorder, interpersonal difficulties, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. She works with adults eighteen years or older and combines cognitive reframing, interpretation, dialectical therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, etc., with the prudent use of psychiatric medications to reduce distress and improve everyday functioning. She offers both telemedicine appointments for people who have difficulty traveling to the office because of time constraints, distance, or disability, as well as in-office appointments. If it sounds like Virginia’s services are a good fit for your needs, please email her or contact her at the number listed below.

Insurance Accepted

  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna and Evernorth
  • Optum
  • United Healthcare/UBH

Forms of Payments Accepted

Cash, check or credit card

Hours of Operation

Late afternoon/early evening telemedicine appointments for convenient scheduling.  Late morning on Saturdays both in the office and by video.
Please contact Virginia for further details.

How to Schedule an Appointment

Call:  603-714-8541

How to Contact Virginia

Call:  603-714-8541

What to Expect from the First Appointment

The initial appointment lasts about 60 minutes. It focuses on reviewing the intake paperwork and reviewing goals for treatment. The focus of treatment, frequency of sessions, and length of treatment are all decided on an individual basis and will be discussed in the first several sessions.