Reggie Devlin, CPNP, IBCLCPediatric Nurse Practitioner, Lactation Consultant, Pediatric Mental Health Care Specialist
“Working with infants, children, teens and their families to establish a caring relationship grounded in the promotion of good physical and mental health. Our small office affords us the opportunity to know each family very well. We work to form a strong bond to foster quality health care, guiding each family from newborn through adolescence. I treasure my 30 years in pediatric health care, helping each family toward optimal health and well-being.”
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
- Lactation Consultant
- Pediatric Mental Health Care Specialist
Ohio State University
Child-Adolescent Mental Health Fellowship Program
Lactation Education Resources
Catholic University of America
Master of Science, Maternal/Child Nursing and PNP Program
St. Louis University
Bachelor of Science, Nursing
St. Louis, MO
Reggie enjoys the outdoors, especially biking and hiking. She loves reading, music, sewing, and traveling with her husband to visit their three daughters.
Regina Devlin RN, MSN, CPNP, IBCLC, PMHS received a nursing degree from St. Louis University in 1978. She completed the Nurse Practitioner master’s degree program at the Catholic University of America in 1982. She worked as a pediatric nurse practitioner in Santa Fe, NM from 1982 to 1987. Reggie joined our practice in the fall of 1987. She became a certified Lactation Consultant in 2008 and a certified Pediatric Mental Health Care Specialist in 2015. She specializes in lactation, child development, and behavioral/mental health concerns. In 2015, Reggie started the Creating Opportunities for Personal Empowerment (COPE) program, a seven-session program based on cognitive behavioral therapy.
As a lactation consultant, Reggie provides clinical management of breastfeeding problems and concerns. The IBCLC is certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
As a pediatric mental health care specialist, Reggie identifies, counsels, treats, and refers mental health care issues from early childhood through adolescence. She is certified by the Pediatric Certification Nursing Board in Pediatric Mental Health.