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James Keyes, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist (#2009)

C/o Group Health Permanente

1730 Minor Avenue, Ste 1400






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Autism Disorders

Anxiety Disorders

Chronic Pain

Within this large multispecialty medical group, I am the child psychologist for the Seattle area.  I have worked on the most complex problems, and am referred children of physicians within our group. I like to work with families as a whole, toward solutions, not focusing on what isn't right, as much as trying to co-create what is desired. Private pay cases accepted on a limited basis.

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