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Truc Nguyen is an advanced-practice registered nurse practitioner (ARNP), with board-certification in the specialty area of Psychiatry and Mental Health (PMHNP-BC). He obtained his graduate social work degree (MSW) in 2007 from the University of Washington, and my graduate nursing degree (MSN) in 2015 from Seattle University. He is a psychiatric generalist, and able to treat adults (age 18-67) for a wide range of mental health conditions, including Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, Post-traumatic Stress, and Obsessive-Compulsive disorders. He is particularly interested and experienced in helping folks with attentional and concentration deficits (or ADHD), mood instability and anger, as well as those often haunted by past traumas, whether they be recent and acute, or stemming from a childhood history of chronic exposure to stress over time.
Bill Heulser, PsyD has several specialty areas, including trauma informed therapy and assessment services for people suffering with the impact of overwhelming events in their lives. His approach to the therapy process is collaborative and integrative, which may include any combination of one or more techniques or therapeutic modalities that seem to be the best fit for the situation. Dr. Heusler provides services for children, adolescents and adults with individual, relationship and/or family difficulties. He also provides specialized services for first responders including: firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement and corrections personnel.
Tyson Bailey, PsyD specializes in working with individuals who are experiencing distressing reactions to traumatic events. He is passionate about working with people who are discriminated against based on aspects of identity, such as sexual orientation, gender, cultural traditions, or race. His other areas of interest include men's mental health, the intersection of psychology and the law, and social justice issues. He is actively involved in organizations focused on increasing the knowledge of the benefits of psychological services at the state and national level.
Jim York, MS, LMFT, has specialties in substance use/abuse, trauma-informed therapy, and couple's therapy. He believes that clients are best served through a collaborative treatment approach, and utilizes an integration of humanistic, mindfulness-based, EMDR, and cognitive approaches depending on client goals. His past experience includes work aimed at overcoming past trauma, adult and adolescent substance abuse treatment, dual-diagnosis treatment, couple's therapy, depression, and anxiety. Jim provides services for ages 15 and up, and offers individual, couples, and family counseling depending on client need.