UPDATE 11/28/2023 - I'm unfortunately not accepting new clients/patients for the rest of this year. With the transition to the new year, my schedule / availability may change. Returning previous/former clients/patients will be accommodated somehow during my normal working days and hours. Not keeping a waiting list. Note: I will make space and time for folks needing evaluations for letters to support gender-affirming care.
If you’re interested in working together AND if I'm accepting new clients/patients, we can set up / schedule a free, up-to-15-minute telephone conversation to see if we would be a good fit; we can talk about what you'd like to target in treatment, how to approach and structure our treatment, what concerns or questions you might have, and the how/what of insurance or payment. Contact me by phone at (253)785-9367 (OK to leave a message), by email (email@example.com), or through the form below.
4301 S Pine St Ste 30-07
Tacoma WA 98409
Pro tips: ground floor, executive suites, Tacoma Mall Office Building (near Tacoma Mall Nordstrom entrance)
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 10 AM - 5 PM Pacific Time
- all by appointment only
Directions to My Physical Office Space
Parking: Spaces are free and available all around the Tacoma Mall Office Building (6-story black-and-white building) near the Tacoma Mall (near Nordstrom) and The Pacifica apartment building. A bike rack is to the left of the ground-level center/middle entrance.
Public transportation: A bus stop is at the bottom of the hill near S 45th St and S Pine St. More information: Pierce Transit
Office: My office is in the ground-floor executive suites - suite 30-07. It can be reached by the ground-level / down-the-hill parking lot - close to the intersection of S Pine St and S 45th St. If you enter the building on the first floor / east side, you can take the stairs or an elevator down to the ground floor.
Accessibility: Main building entrances are handicap-accessible with door-opening push buttons; parking includes reserved spaces near the building entrances; each restroom includes a handicap-accessible stall though the restroom's entrance does not have a door-opening push button; the building has a few elevators.