Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute
Seattle Healing Arts Center
6300 Ninth Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Tel: (206) 527-6289 (or "lap navy")
Here you can find directions to our new location.
As you may know, we have relocated after 15 years at the Northwest Outpatient Medical Center. We have moved about two and a half miles Southeast of our previous location.
Our new office is situated in the wonderful and holistic atmosphere of the
Seattle Healing Arts Center.
Our telephone number remains the same at 206 527-6289
Our Email is also unchanged at noclinicalquestions@PNI.org
The Pacific Neuropsychiatric
Institute does both clinical and forensic consultations
for patients with neuropsychiatric and psychopharmacologic
difficulties. This includes disease processes
with behavioral or psychological difficulties
associated with known or suspected neurological
conditions such as epilepsy, head injury, attention
deficit disorder, dementia, tardive dyskinesia,
atypical spells, irritability and any organic
mental disorder and also difficult to treat
psychological or psychiatric conditions, including
problems relating to medication. The evaluation
goal is to provide a blueprint not only for
the present but directions for the patient's
primary physician to manage the patient in the
future. Vernon M Neppe MD, PhD, is the Director
of the Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute (PNI).
Please read the disclaimer.
There you will understand that neither Dr Neppe
nor the staff of PNI.org will respond to any
Do not send any. If you genuinely want to become
a patient, please contact the PNI by phone during
regular office hours Pacific Time at 206 527
Because of the extended nature of such evaluations,
a detailed screen may be taken by our triage
staff to ascertain if we can help and are available
to do so. We may need to know about your psychiatric
and neurological symptoms, medical insurance
coverage, referral and follow-up physicians,
your availability and motivation, any pending
issues and many other factors. Whereas we would
like to help everyone, we are limited by time.
Consequently, please look at other options if
we cannot help. You may want to consider Dr
Neppe's book Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage
of Hope at http://www.brainvoyage.com