Chelsea Landolin is a psychiatric nurse practitioner who cares for adults and adolescents. She provides mental health care and substance use treatment, including psychiatric diagnostic evaluation, medication management, psychotherapy and education. She also serves as a behavioral health consultant to primary care providers. She teaches in the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program at UCSF.
Informing Landolin's practice is her passion for helping individuals with mental health conditions experience recovery, achieve their full potential and make profound contributions to society. She believes that building on strengths and finding joy in daily life can be as important as reducing symptoms. Her extensive experience includes addressing mood, anxiety, trauma, schizophrenia spectrum, personality and substance use disorders.
Landolin earned a master's degree in nursing and a post-master's certificate – enabling the pursuit of further specialty training – from UCSF. She completed training as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, and trained as an adult nurse practitioner in the San Francisco County jail system.
Outside of work, Landolin enjoys bicycle riding through San Francisco, camping and hiking, and traveling by train with her family and friends. She is an avid music fan, and loves to cook and bake with her children. Deeply concerned about climate change, she serves on a variety of committees and groups to help UCSF adapt its practices to meet related challenges.