Tyson Bailey, PsyD ABPP

Tyson Bailey

Tyson Bailey, PsyD specializes in working with individuals who are experiencing distressing reactions to traumatic events. He is passionate about working with people who are discriminated against based on aspects of identity, such as sexual orientation, gender, cultural traditions, or race. His other areas of interest include men’s mental health, the intersection of psychology and the law, and social justice issues. He is actively involved in organizations focused on increasing the knowledge of the benefits of psychological services at the state and national level.


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How I Think about the Therapy Process

Therapy is a collaborative relationship that is fostered by open, intentional, and vulnerable communication. The process of developing this connection can be quite difficult, particularly for those who have experienced repeated trauma, betrayal, or other disruptions in important relationships. We will take whatever time is needed to build a therapeutic relationship that helps you to share your story and heal from the adversities or trauma you have experienced.

Who I Best Work With

I primarily work with adults who have experienced one or more traumatic events. I have a particular interest in helping those with early, repeated trauma, including physical, sexual, or emotional abuse and neglect. I focus on honoring people’s identities and stories, including experience working with individuals who have been marginalized within our society. Please reach out with any questions you have so we can determine if we might be an effective match for creating a meaningful and healing relationship.

Specialty Training and Services

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and earned my doctoral and masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University Seattle. I am also board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology. I also conduct forensic mental health evaluations for civil, criminal, and family courts. I provide both in-person and telehealth therapy and evaluation services.

Who I Am Outside of Work           

I was born and raised in the Puget Sound area and have been fortunate to remain in the area throughout grad school and training. I have been training in the martial arts since I was sixteen and often consider lessons learned through this practice in the therapy room. I enjoy being in connection with my family, including our two children and two rambunctious kitties.


Location: Everett

Phone: (425) 931-6450   |   Email:


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