About Bothell Psychiatric
Learn more about our practice and what motivates us to provide you with the best possible treatment.
Our Treatment Process
At Bothell Psychiatric Associates, we diagnose and manage a wide variety of psychiatric conditions. Our practice focuses on medication management, and our diagnostic evaluation consists of three one-hour appointments, preferably within a week or two of one another. Our evaluation and treatment are evidence-based and guided by the most up-to-date diagnostic criteria and treatment protocols. If a medication is started or continued at the end of the evaluation, we will recommend follow-up care to monitor for efficacy and side effects.
To offer the highest quality, evidence-based, outpatient care for individuals with mental illness and their families in a caring and supportive environment
The staff at Bothell Psychiatric Associates—Patrick, Peggy, and Colette—are happy to help you learn about our practice, schedule your appointments, and communicate with our providers. You are important to us, and we will work diligently to answer your communications as quickly as we can. We look forward to speaking with you.
Patient Focused Treatment
We provide care that holds our patients as partners in their treatment. We acknowledge that each patient’s expression and experience of psychiatric illness is unique.
We work with our patients’ family members, schools, workplaces, community, and other arenas to promote patient success while maintaining compliance with HIPAA privacy concerns.
Our care is backed by the most up-to-date, scientifically-validated clinical research, and our providers’ experience and professional judgment. Treatment is supported by scientific consensus and sound, evidence-based decisions to ensure you get the highest quality of care.
Our providers take part in continual education in the most up-to-date research in diagnosis, treatment, and causes of psychiatric illness. We’re committed to developing the field of psychiatric care by offering training and education opportunities to students in regional psychiatric programs.