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March 10, 2022

SeattleNTC Mask Policy (March 2022)

Valued Patients – While masking guidance in the Greater Seattle Area is to be updated on March 11, 2022 to no longer require masks in many indoor public spaces, masks are still required at healthcare and medical facilities. We will continue to require our patients to wear standard/disposable surgical masks. Staff will also be required to wear standard/disposable surgical masks or better (i.e., N-95, KN-95). As always, if you have any questions or concerns about our COVID-19 policies, please feel free to give us a call. We appreciate your continued understanding and assistance in keeping all of our patients and […]
January 13, 2022

Updated COVID-19 Policies (January 2022)

Valued patients – We are continuing to work diligently to ensure that SeattleNTC remains a safe place for both you and our staff. As public health recommendations continue to evolve, we have made some changes to our policies and procedures: All our clinic’s lobbies, treatment rooms, and offices are now equipped with air purifiers. Staff will be required to wear an N95, KN95, or KF94 mask while in clinic. Our staff is also required to be fully vaccinated, including the booster shot if they are eligible. Patient will be required to wear a standard (disposable) surgical/medical mask, N95, KN95, or […]
November 25, 2020

New Virtual ECT Support Group

A new virtual ECT Support Group is available starting November 12th, 2020. The group will meet every Thursday evening from 6:30pm to 8pm and is open to anyone who has received ECT or is considering ECT. This is not limited to SeattleNTC or Swedish patients only. However, family members and observers are not permitted. Laurie Maxwell, a NAMI-trained facilitator, will be leading the group. Julie Paladin and Megan Clark will be working with her as support facilitators. Participants will need to register for each session they are going to attend. Please follow this link to register: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAtfuGvqjwuHNfoLdy7RLzVnVq8SY7wRdYq      
November 11, 2020

COVID-19 & Flu Season

Valued patients – It’s flu season! We continue to work diligently to ensure that SeattleNTC remains a safe place to receive essential healthcare. As public health recommendations continue to evolve, particularly for medical settings, please note the following additional policies: patients or staff exhibiting the symptoms associated with COVID-19 are required to get tested for COVID-19. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please stay home. If you are unsure, please call our office prior to coming in person. We continue to screen patient and staff temperatures prior to entry to the clinic. We will need to send […]
November 8, 2017

Introducing: Dr. Jesse Adams and New Saturday Clinics

“I chose University of Washington  and Seattle Children’s Hospital not just due to their sterling clinical reputation, but because this is my home and my community, and I wanted to practice here.” A Seattle-area native, Dr. Jesse Adams grew up in University Place and Port Orchard, attending the University of Washington for undergraduate and medical school. He completed his adult psychiatry training at San Mateo County in California and his Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Neurology fellowship at Stanford University. After spending five years in the San Francisco Bay Area, Dr. Adams found his way back home to the Pacific Northwest for […]
November 4, 2016

Myths and Mental Illness: Week 4

The following guest article from Swedish Health Services/Providence Health & Services is the fourth in a series debunking myths about mental illness that will be featured here on the SeattleNTC blog. Myth #4: Children are too young to develop mental illness From inconsolable preschoolers to moody teenagers, how do you know if it’s just a phase or a symptom of mental illness? “The difficult thing for parents is identifying what is a normal part of growing up, and what needs intervention,” said Dr. Joyce Gilbert, medical director of the Sexual Assault Clinic and Child Maltreatment Center at Providence St. Peter […]
October 28, 2016

Myths and Mental Illness: Week 3

The following guest article from Swedish Health Services/Providence Health & Services is the third in a series debunking myths about mental illness that will be featured here on the SeattleNTC blog. Myth #3: Mental illness often leads to violent and dangerous behavior When news of a shocking incident such as a mass shooting first reaches us on TV, it’s likely that we’ll hear the words “mental illness” as the media speculates why it happened. But less than five percent of violence in the United States is caused by people with mental illnesses. The truth is, a mentally ill person is […]
October 19, 2016

Myths and Mental Illness: Week 2

The following guest article from Swedish Health Services/Providence Health & Services is the second in a series debunking myths about mental illness that will be featured here on the SeattleNTC blog. Myth #2: You can just “snap out of it” We wouldn’t expect a person with a broken leg or diabetes to just” snap out of it,” and in the same way we shouldn’t expect a person to think their way out of a mental illness. “This misunderstanding is harmful because it creates unreasonable expectations and unnecessary suffering for people who have mental illness,” said Robin Henderson, PsyD, chief executive […]
October 7, 2016

Myths and Mental Illness: Week 1

The following guest article from Swedish Health Services/Providence Health & Services is the first in a series debunking myths about mental illness that will be featured here on the SeattleNTC blog.  Myth #1: Mental illness only affects certain types of people Each year, almost 1 in 5 Americans experience mental illness, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. More than half won’t be treated due to stigma, lack of access to services or lack of knowledge about help that is available. As part of our commitment to improving the lives of people with mental illness, we’re launching a series […]