Darrin is grateful to have worked with people fighting addiction and mental health injuries across multiple clinical settings. He enjoys being a part of a team, continuing to learn and grow as a clinician. Darrin considers it an honor to be invited into an individual's life, hear their story, witness their inherent strength and guide the healing process. He is from the Coeur D' Alene tribe, and loves playing guitar and spending time with his wife and family.
Why I Work at Neighborcare:
I love the idea of Neighborcare and believe in integrated primary care. At Neighborcare, I get to be part of a highly skilled team of professionals, who have welcomed me with open arms and are committed to providing the most comprehensive care possible for our patients.
Master or Arts (MA), Clinical Psychology, Argosy University – Seattle, 2008
Chemical Dependency Specialist, Seattle Central Community College, 2003
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Criminal Justice, Washington State University, 1991