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Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being + ADD/ADHD + Alcohol & drug use + Depression + Eating disorders + Relationships + Sleep problems + Stress & anxiety + Suicide

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


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bottle of alcohol with poison labelWhat is alcohol poisoning?

Drinking can be a relaxing and social activity, but if you consume too much, you could be risking your life. Drinking too much too fast can affect your breathing, heat rate, gag reflex, and can cause coma and death.

Alcohol poisoning should be taken seriously.


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