I aim to create a nonjudgemental space that is open, creative and healing.
I am originally from the Midwest, graduating from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 2014. I completed my residency at the University of Utah, where I served as a chief resident. My work has included consult and liaison psychiatry, inpatient psychiatry, psychiatric emergency rooms, as well as outpatient treatment.
I have an interest in the biology of resilience, and enjoy teaching. I have given lectures to medical students, PA students and community providers on topics such as sleep, capacity, delirium, dementia, personality disorders, psychedelics and substance use. I am currently on faculty at WSU, continuing my work with medical students.
My therapy approach is emotional based, using a logical, structured approach to developing emotional intelligence to foster greater connection. You can read more about my approach and philosophy at www.emotionandlogic.com
I strive to be practical, thoughtful, while practicing evidence based medicine. My goal is to allow one to be optimally positioned to focus on the psychological underpinnings of distress. I provide a professional, personalized, private, treatment experience that involves both medication and therapy. My goals of treatment are to be responsive, thoughtful and provide education about diagnosis and treatment.
James Trott, DNP, PMHNP, comes with excellent clinical training. He is a Doctor of Nursing Practice who is a board-certified a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.
Born and raised in Portland, he began his career in nursing as a Registered Nurse after graduating from the University of Portland School of Nursing in 2013. After working in diverse areas including medical/surgical, forensic, and emergency nursing across the state of Oregon, he discovered a passion for mental health while working in inpatient and emergency psychiatry.
After graduating from Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing in 2019 as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, he pursued further education, also obtaining his Doctor of Nursing Practice. His Nurse Practitioner experiences include community psychiatry, child/adolescent psychiatry, and emergency psychiatry.
James will see a variety of patients with depression, anxiety, OCD and life transitions, for both medication management and therapy . He work will work independently, in consultation with Keith Johnson, MD. Our goal as a team is to provide a high level of evidence based treatment, with the goal of extending mental health access to patients who may be a good fit for the responsive, personalized, professional and modern care provided by Integrative Mind.
Dr. Parsoei is a board certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. He brings his expertise to Integrative Mind, and treats children of all backgrounds and across a range of diagnosis.
Areas of interest:
- ADHD, Anxiety disorders and OCD, Mood disorders (clinical depression and bipolar disorder), Psychosis, Autism/developmental disorders/intellectual disability, sleep issues, gender dysphoria.
- He looks forward to being able to serve the diverse populations of Portland.
For more information about Dr. Parsoei, click to read the April 2020 Lane County Medical Society monthly magazine.
Dr. Kamyar is a board certified adult psychiatrist who sees patients 18-64. He went to medical school at UC Irvine and completed his psychiatry residency at the University of Utah. He has an interest addiction and opioid use treatment and tele-psychiatry to reach more patients in need of mental health services. He sees patients in Oregon and Nevada via video. He does not manage controlled substance prescriptions via video appointments at this time.