Virtual visit appointments
To schedule a behavioral health virtual care visit or to talk about your care, call 1-425-339-5453.
To enter your scheduled virtual care appointment, select the button below.
The Everett Clinic has changed how our clinic works to adapt to COVID-19.
We have made the following changes:
- Behavioral health is currently only accepting new patients with referrals from Everett Clinic primary care, ob/gyn or pulmonary providers.
- Psychiatry is currently only accepting new patients who are established with Everett Clinic primary care providers (no referral is needed).
- Both are closed to new patients with Original Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare.
First, you’ll meet with one of our clinicians who will help create a care plan just for you. Our goal is to give you help with troubling symptoms as quickly as possible. We build on the strength and coping resources of each person and family member.
We believe that many problems can be resolved by short-term, results-oriented counseling. We also offer a number of skill-building workshops and emotionally supportive groups.
We have a full range of services, including counseling and psychiatric care for:
- Anxiety (or worrying more than normal)
- Depression (feeling overwhelmed or sad over a long period of time)
- Marriage and family concerns
- Child behavior and school problems
- Grief and loss
- Life transitions
- Work problems
- Low self-esteem
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Stress and insomnia
- Anger management
- Health issues
It’s normal for children to go through challenges. Sometimes normal problems can grow into a struggle that affects all aspects of your child's life. We offer short-term counseling to help with the problems your child may be going through.
If necessary, your child may benefit from therapies associated with longer-term care. Here are some signs that your child needs professional support:
- Avoiding school
- Getting into trouble at school
- Disorganized or not doing well at school
- Getting teased or bullied
- Trouble making or keeping friends
- Overly angry
- Challenging your rules or ignoring your requests
- Irritable (often in a bad mood) or withdrawn from family and friends
Parents are welcome to join with their children in treatment sessions.OR