Active Path Mental Health Expands into the Puget Sound - Active Path Mental Health in OR and WA

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Mental health clinic will open its Puget Sound office in Kirkland, WA this month. This will be the seventh location in the Pacific Northwest.

KIRKLAND, WASHINGTON, December 15, 2022 – Washington residents who want mental health services are waiting months for treatment. To meet this need, outpatient mental health clinic Active Path Mental Health is opening a new clinic in Kirkland on December 19.

Washington lags behind other states regarding access to mental health care. In a 2022 report by Mental Health America, Washington was ranked #32 for access to mental health care. The same report ranked Washington in the bottom five states for the prevalence of mental health disorders in adults.

“Our goal is to improve access to TMS and other mental health treatments for all patients in our region. Expanding into Puget Sound has been a goal of ours for a long time. We plan to continue our expansion in the new year,” said David Grano, CEO of Active Path Mental Health.

Active Path Mental Health provides people struggling with severe depression, anxiety, and OCD with several options for managing their mental health.

The Kirkland clinic will provide the following services:

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)

Psychotherapy (talk therapy)

– Medication management – starting in early 2023

The clinic will provide people struggling with severe depression who haven’t responded to medication with a valuable option for managing their mental health. TMS can reduce symptoms of depression or bring it under control with minimal side effects. It is a Food and Drug Administration-cleared treatment covered by many insurance plans, including most commercial plans, Medicare, Medicaid, the VA, and Tri-Care/Tri-West.

Active Path Mental Health is currently accepting new patients for its new Eastside location at 4020 Lake Washington Blvd Suite 210, Kirkland, WA 98033. For a free consultation, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

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