As of June 8, 2015, I will be relocating my practice to Seattle's Madison Valley. While First Hill has been kind to me, the trees of the Arboretum have a certain lure. I hope to devote my clinical attention to helping people find ways to grow in the face of illness, change, loss, and the many demands that living creates. My experience in psychiatric medicine, psychoanalysis and dynamic therapy, and my love of the arts give me, I believe, something of value to offer each unique person who consults me. My present office phone will be available for messages and cross coverage information for several months to come. You can reach me at (206) 624-0296 #4. Come June, the new number will be 206-643-6949.
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