Dr. Strazicich is a clinical psychologist, licensed in the state of Washington. He received his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D). degree from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago after completing clinical placements at the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute and the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago.
He completed his Clinical Fellowship with the Harvard Medical School in Boston, where he worked in inpatient and outpatient settings. After becoming licensed in Massachusetts, he worked as a clinical psychologist at a non-profit community mental health center in Boston.
After moving to Washington state in 1997, he served as a core staff psychologist for Good Samaritan Behavioral Healthcare while starting a private practice in Seattle.
He currently has a full-time private practice in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle.
Robert Strazicich, Psy.D.
American Psychological Association
Washington State Psychological Association.
"Debriefing: What Works and What Doesn't" American Red Cross, Seattle Chapter, Semi-Annual Meeting for Disaster Mental Health Professionals, 2002.
"Understanding and Treating Delusions" -- Boston Psychoanalytic Society
"Critical Incidence Stress Debriefing at the World Trade Center Disaster" Employee Assistance Plan Clinical Administrator's Monthly Meeting, Seattle, 2001."
Why Are Decisions So Difficult?" -- Fremont Healthcare Association, Seattle, 2000.
ROBERT STRAZICICH, Psy. D. STRAZICICH@SEATTLEPSYCHOTHERAPY.COM PH. 206-675-8757