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Patricia D. Morgan, DNP


Perinatal Mood Disorders

Call 425-899-3602

Patricia D. Morgan, DNP is accepting new patients.

Telemedicine Visits Available

Conditions Treated

perinatal mood disorders

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-899-3602
  • Fax: 425-899-1135






English and Spanish

Interpretation Services Available

Board Certification

Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner


Patricia Morgan is a psychiatric nurse practitioner focusing on perinatal mental health from preconception through one-year postpartum.

Clinical Expertise

Psychiatric mental health
Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
Perinatal psychopharmacology

Philosophy of Care

I believe in meeting you where you are at and exploring your concerns about your mental health. I fully enjoy supporting and promoting mental well-being by engaging you in treatment planning, exploring solution focused therapies and making the process as relatable and accessible as possible. I believe in collaboration with other providers of a mutual client with the goal of safety and continuity of care in mind.


Beyond Baby Blues - The Difference between Baby Blues and Postpartum Depression


Year began practicing: 2011

Other Training

University of Washington School of Nursing (psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner) | Seattle, WA

Personal Information

I am a San Diego native who has fallen in love with the Pacific Northwest has to offer. 
I enjoy trail running, hiking, biking and when possible try to get to the snow covered mountains for fun.  I enjoy practicing flamenco dance as a way of expressive release in classes as well as at home.

Community Involvement

I am a member of the Northshore School District's Student Mental Health Well Being Committee with a hope of promoting mental health in the schools at all levels. 
I am active in local and national Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner organizations as well as Perinatal Support WA.