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Mental Health

Providers who offer ADHD/ADD assessments and testing

Kim Barrett, PhD, (206) 685-8391

Belle Chenault, PhD, NCSP, (206) 465-8068

Rochelle Coffey, PsyD, (206) 947-4411

Fremont Community Therapy, 3417 Fremont Ave No #225, Seattle, WA, (206) 633-2405 (sliding scale)

Russ Hanford, PhD, (206) 409-9613

Kim Kendall, PhD, (206) 329-8845

The Learn Clinic (located on UW campus at Guthrie Annex 1), (206) 543-6511

Jennifer Watson, PhD, 1314 NE 43rd St, (206) 331-2453


Group Therapy

The purpose of this group is to provide a safe, supportive, and affirming environment where individuals can explore thoughts and feelings around sexual orientation and gender identity.


Group therapy

Are you someone who:

  • Feels like what you accomplish is never quite good enough? 
  • Feels you must give more than 100 percent on everything you do or else you will be mediocre or even a failure?
  • Often puts off turning in papers or projects, waiting to get them just right?

If so, rather than simply working toward success, you may be trying to be perfect, and there exists quite a difference between aiming for a successful life and trying to achieve perfection.

Learn more about perfectionism and procrastination.

Therapy group

  • Where:  Mental Health Clinic at Hall Health Center
  • When:  See current schedule
  • More Information:  If you would like to enroll or get more information, please call (206) 543-5030 or email Ricardo Hidalgo.

Source: Some content used with permission from University of Michigan Counseling Center.


Group therapy

For those who are already familiar with mindfulness meditation, this follow-up group is being offered as a weekly, 1-hour, ongoing group designed to expand and support one’s meditation practice. 

Group details


Group therapy

Are you someone who

  • Struggles with repetitive, ruminative or self-critical thoughts?
  • Are undermined by an inability to concentrate or focus?
  • Are looking for a way to manage or cope with difficult emotions?

Mindfulness meditation is a practice that involves cultivating attention to the present mo


Group Therapy

Are you someone who

  • Spends a lot of time worrying about how other people think about you?
  • Feels an excessive need for approval and control?
  • Avoids situations that make you nervous or feel self-conscious?
  • Has a difficult time speaking in front of people?
  • Magnifies the importance of small errors?

There is a group for you!


Mental Health Clinic fees

NOTE: All appointments are approximately 50 minutes, except where indicated


This is a current listing of therapy and support groups offered by the Mental Health Clinic at Hall Health.

Fall Quarter 2014

A Mindful Approach to Working with Anxiety Group

Explore common signs of anxiety and learn how to approach the anxiety in your life and situations you tend to avoid.


Scope of care

The Mental Health Clinic at Hall Health uses and effective brief treatment approach.  Duration of therapy is usually six to twelve sessions with the goal of rapid stabilization. Our chief goal for is to assist you in returning to the level of functioning required to carry out your work. 


Authorization For UW Medicine to obtain PHI from outside providers


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