Richard D. Batson, ND, ABAAHP

Medical Director

screen-shot-2016-09-08-at-4-16-46-pmRichard D. Batson is the medical director of Neurevolution Medicine, LLC, a multidisciplinary clinic integrating neurology, psychiatry, neuropsychology, endocrine and sleep medicine. Dr. Batson’s clinical practice focuses on the personalized treatment of mild traumatic brain injury, ADHD/ADD, anxiety, depression, memory loss, cognitive decline and cognitive performance, hormonal health,  and age management healthcare; the early detection, prevention, treatment and reversal of age-related health decline. He utilizes a variety of treatment methods including metabolic and nutritional medicine, individualized and condition-specific nutrient therapy, botanical medicine, hormone therapy, pharmacotherapy, biofeedback, neurofeedback, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and cognitive training. 

Dr. Batson is the recipient of the 2012 Natural Standard Research Collaboration Award for excellence in multidisciplinary, evidence-based research practices, healthcare communications and information. He has a particular interest in the critical evaluation of medical decision making in conventional, complimentary and alternative medical practice, and is an advocate for evidence-informed inclusive medicine: the practice of medicine which affords equal consideration of available scientific evidence across various treatment modalities with the aim of providing the most-effective and least invasive therapeutic interventions.

Dr. Batson has a special interest in post-traumatic hypothalamic pituitary deficiencies and is sought after by legal experts for consultation regarding hypopituitarism following traumatic brain injury. He served as a primary witness in one of the first US trials in which a verdict favored the plantiff who had experienced hypopituitarism following a mild traumatic brain injury. Dr. Batson provides medicolegal consulting services and orchestrates and oversees multi-disciplinary evaluations for traumatic brain injury cases. 


Michael Seyffert, MD, MS 

Board Certified in Neurology, Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine

Dr. Michael Seyffert is a physician who is triple board-certified in Neurology, Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine. He has completed residencies in pediatrics, child neurology, and psychiatry and fellowships in child neurology, psychiatric neuroimaging and sleep medicine. He completed his post-doctoral work in neuroimaging at the University of Washington. He received additional training at the NYU Child Study Center in functional neuroimaging and Columbia University in Narrative medicine. In addition, Dr. Seyffert was chosen for the prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Program at the Ann Arbor Veteran’s Administration in 2014.

Dr. Seyffert has over 14 peer reviewed publications and is active in the area of neuroimaging research. He was a former clinical lecturer in neurology and psychiatry at NYU as has also presented lectures on a diversity of topics including of PTSD, CBT-insomnia interventions, ADHD diagnosis and treatment, functional neuroimaging in ADHD, Autism diagnosis and management, pediatric approaches to diagnosing brain tumors, neuroimaging in Tourette’s Disorder and bridging Neurology and Psychiatry. His professional society memberships include the Child Neurology Society (2002), American Academy of Neurology (2003), American Academy of Sleep Medicine (2008), Air Force Reserve Flight Surgeons’ Society (2011), The Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture (2012), American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (2013) and the American Psychiatric Association (2015). He presently serves on the Neuropsychiatry Subcommittee of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law and continues to serve as a flight surgeon in the United States Air Forces Reserves at Joint Base Lewis McChord. 


Karen Parker, ND, FAARFM

Naturopathic Physician

sittingv6-1Dr. Karen Parker is a licensed naturopathic physician in the states of Washington and California. She is board certified in anti-aging and regenerative medicine, a fellow in metabolic and nutritional medicine, and an advanced fellow in functional medicine. She is the co-founder and executive director of Neurevolution Medicine, LLC.

Dr. Parker has a special interest in hormonal influences on stress resilience, mood, cognition and interpersonal relationships. She provides individualized treatments related to hormonal health, peri- and post-menopausal and age-related cognitive changes, as well as endocrine and cardio-metabolic health. Her preferred treatment modalities include nutrient supplementation, botanical medicine, pharmacotherapy, metabolic weight loss, and hormone therapy. She works in a collaborative care model which includes the disciplines of neurology, psychiatry, sleep medicine and neuropsychological assessment.



Monique R. Lowe, PhD, LP

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Screen Shot 2016-06-30 at 11.39.41 PM

Dr. Monique R. Lowe is a licensed clinical psychologist and has a postdoctorate in neuroscience as well as a Master of Arts in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling and Art Therapy.  Dr. Lowe specializes in neuropsychology with clinical expertise in working with all age populations as well as in the area of pediatric neuropsychology. Her areas  of clinical expertise include ADHD and attentional disorders, executive function issues, learning disorders, mild-cognitive impairment and memory loss, traumatic brain injury, in utero chemical exposure, and medical disorders affecting cognition.

Dr. Lowe aims to help her clients discover and identify their cognitive strengths and challenges, while determining the most appropriate treatment and resources that will best assist them. Dr. Lowe works with children ages 5 and up, adolescents, young adults, adults, couples and families. 


Brie Everard, MA, LMHCA

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, Psychology Doctoral Intern


Brie Everard is a licensed mental health counselor associate and psychology doctoral intern in who works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and people living with cognitive disabilities, autism, social emotional challenges, and life transitions. Brie tailors therapy to each individual and integrates numerous therapy approaches, including strength-based, person-centered, family systems, drama and creative arts therapy, EMDR, and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Brie views therapy as a collaborative journey with the potential for personal transformation on multiple levels. Brie believes deeply in the healing power of relationship and will provide a safe, respectful, and non-judgmental environment for individuals to share, process, and explore.

Brie has worked with a wide variety of people in multiple settings including community mental health centers. Her areas of clinical focus includes autism, learning disorders, anxiety, and depression.  Her theoretical approach to therapy is integrated, drawing from creative arts and drama therapy, family systems theory, relation theory, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Brie provides individual, couples, group, and family therapy, as well as clinical assessment. Brie has close to a decade of experience working with children and families living with autism, with a focus on social skills and family dynamics.


Asha Madsen-Humeniuk, MA, LMHCA

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, Psychology Doctoral Intern


Asha is a licensed mental health counselor associate in Washington State. She received her Master’s (MA) in Counseling Psychology from Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington and has been working in the mental health field since 2007. Asha works with children and teenagers in a number of areas including bereavement, major life transitions, childhood trauma, depression, anxiety, Autism, ADHD, and behavioral issues. In addition, she counsels adults with addiction, substance abuse and adoption related issues.

Asha is trained in Gottman Level One for Couples and Marriage Counseling as well as in EMDR Part 1. EMDR is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, which is a technique to help individuals with traumatic memories. She holds certificates in parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) and trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT).  Asha draws upon a wide range of therapeutic approaches including family systems, cognitive behavioral, positive psychology and mindfulness, psychodynamics, and emotion focused therapy. Asha is currently accepting new clients and referrals and works collaboratively with a number of health care providers in offering dynamic care to her patients.