Dr. Shereen Morse (she/her) started her private practice in 2006 to specialize in treating anxiety-related disorders with a desire to provide patients with treatment outside of the limitations of a hospital setting.
She has the flexibility to spend more time with her patients than she might working in a hospital. By providing medication management when it is necessary and psychotherapy, she gets to know a patient’s whole story. She is able to adapt their total care over time which can make for better and more convenient care for her patients.
Dr. Morse believes in the Health At Every Size, HAES, model when providing health care. She is experienced in providing evidence-based cognitive and behavioral therapy and is IOCDF* trained in exposure and response prevention using evidence-based treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Dr. Morse retains a relationship with the University of Washington as an Affiliate Assistant Clinical Professor where she is involved in supervising and mentoring physicians-in-training. She has spoken internationally about the importance of providing culturally conscious care and has taught clinicians about medication management strategies for treating OCD symptoms through the International OCD Foundation's Behavioral Therapy Training Institute.
A proponent of using non-traditional means to facilitate recovery, Dr. Morse volunteers at Comedy Sportz Seattle where she helps run an Improv for Anxiety Workshop combining therapy and improvisational experience for patients.
Finally, Dr. Morse is a Kemetic, Vinyasa and Gentle yoga instructor who believes strongly that all bodies are yoga bodies!
*International Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation