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Seattle, Washington

Our Seattle, WA location is conveniently located in downtown and is accessible by public transportation. Street parking is available.

Our Seattle offices are located in both Madison Park and South Seattle

206 624 0271 Phone

360 692 3967 Fax

Seattle Office

2800 E. Madison
Suite 306
Seattle, WA 98112

South Seattle Office

16040 Christensen Rd.
Suite 210
Seattle, WA 98188

Steve Tutty, PhD

Steve Tutty, PhD, is a licensed clinical forensic psychologist in Washington State who provides both clinical and forensic services to children, adolescents, and parents. Since 1992, Dr. Tutty has worked directly with individuals presenting with a wide range of mental health challenges in state institutions, inpatient hospitals, outpatient mental health clinics, schools, wilderness programs, universities, research institutions, and superior courts.


Samuel Kane, MA, LMHC

Samuel Kane, MA, LMHC, is a Clinical Psychology PhD doctor-student at the California School of Professional Psychology in his fifth year of training. Mr. Kane has worked directly with individuals presenting with emotional and behavioral (e.g., Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance), neurologically-based challenges (e.g., Traumatic Brain Injuries, Concussions), learning disabilities (e.g., Dyslexia), and chemical dependency across a variety of settings including public and private schools, inpatient and outpatient psychiatric facilities, and university research settings.


Chaise Marie Gies, M.S

Chaise Marie Gies, M.S., has worked in the psychology and military field for several years, ultimately earning a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology. Chaise’s clinical expertise provides her with a strong understanding of how individuals develop conditions, such as anxiety (e.g., PTSD, panic) and depression (e.g., bipolar illness, dysthymia), as well as the coping strategies (e.g., video games, substance abuse, procrastination, social avoidance, etc.) that often turns into rigid daily habits.