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Psychiatric Mental Health Providers

Eureka Psychonautics & Psychiatry proudly features psychiatric nurse practitioners Daniel Liptak and Megan Banks.

Megan Banks, PMHNP
Megan Banks, PMHNP, FNP, is a highly skilled and dedicated Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) who is dual certified in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practice (PMHNP) and Family Nurse Practice (FNP). Megan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the healthcare field. Megan's passion for nursing is evident in her commitment to providing compassionate and comprehensive care to her clients. Her advanced training as an APRN equips her with the ability to diagnose and treat a wide range of health conditions. Her holistic and patient-centered approach fosters strong relationships with those under her care. She empowers clients to actively participate in their healthcare journey. Her commitment to her clients reflects her dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those she serves. Megan has a passion for treating people who identify as queer or spiritual. 

Daniel Liptak, PMHNP
My name is Daniel Liptak, and I am a psychiatric nurse practitioner in Austin, Texas. I am passionate about helping individuals manage and treat their psychiatric conditions and value creating an inviting space where people feel comfortable sharing their true selves. I am psychedelic informed and will begin offering ketamine assisted psychotherapy in spring of 2024 and other psychedelics pending regulatory approval in addition to traditional psychiatric practice as well.
I appreciate the importance of shared decision making and value mindful prescribing with my clients. Symptom management is important, yet I particularly enjoy deprescribing and empowering clients as they make positive changes in their life that reduce the necessity for pharmaceuticals. 
I chose the practice name Eureka Psychonautics & Psychiatry to reflect the importance and beauty of self-discovery in one’s healing journey. A psychonaut is someone who explores their mind through altered states of consciousness which can be achieved many ways, e.g. meditation, breathwork, psychedelics, and more. As we gain insight into ourselves, we can begin to understand why symptoms are showing up to begin with—panic attacks, anxiety, depression, distractibility, and more. By learning about and healing from the underlying causes of our symptoms, we can reduce our necessity for medication over time and live healthier, happier lives. If you're ready to make a change in your life and think we may be a good match, please request a new appointment. I am currently accepting new clients for medication management and ketamine assisted psychotherapy. 


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