3121 E. Madison St., Suite 210
Seattle, WA 98112
I practice psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and general psychiatry for adults, as well as consultation on issues related to psychiatry.
I am board-certified in both Psychiatry and Internal Medicine.
The problems I treat may show themselves as depression; anxiety or panic; obsessions; delusions; relationship problems; job or academic problems, including stagnation, drug or alcohol issues; religious or spiritual crises; problems with eating or exercise; low self-esteem; problems with sexuality and gender; or loss of motivation, purpose, or direction in life.
I use psychotherapy, medications, and other modalities of treatment as they seem appropriate. My approach to psychotherapy is psychodynamic, with cognitive, behavioral, mindfulness, somatic, interpersonal, and other elements when they would be helpful.
Location: The office is located in the Madison Valley neighborhood of Seattle, in the Arboretum Court building on the south side of Madison Street, just east of Lake Washington Boulevard and the Arboretum. There is a free parking garage under the office building which is entered at the back of the building, via the alley that connects E Madison St on the west and 32nd Ave E on the east. Be forewarned, the garage parking spaces are quite tight.
Updated March, 2020
Remote access: For the time being the physical office is closed and all visits are via telehealth. Use your web browser (but not Firefox) to go to this site: https://doxy.me/drpaulproberts