Our team at Premier works with attorneys and the legal system for people who are at crossroads with the law. We are a group that incorporates the AFCC evidence-based standards in our interviews, testing, and reports. Our providers are all doctorate-level experts.
Nuri Kahn, DBH, LMFT, MHP, is the clinical director of NWFP – Premier. Dr. Kahn provides evidence-based psychotherapy (reunification) to families in transition and at crossroads with the court system, such as following separation, divorce, and relocation.
Dr. Kahn’s treatment modalities are steeped in evidence-based practices and include:
This work is accomplished by working within a systemic framework that considers the direct and subtle role sociological factors, conditioning, and relationship systems play in issues presenting in behavioral health.
Dr. Kahn holds a doctorate in clinical behavioral health and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Washington State.
He is a member of the American Psychological Association, Society of Behavioral Medicine, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and a clinical fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Steve Tutty, Ph.D., is a clinical and forensic evaluator at NWFP – Premier. Dr. Tutty is a licensed clinical psychologist with particular expertise in evaluating/treating youth and adults over the past 25 years, such as family (custody, relocation) and tort (personal injury) matters.
Dr. Tutty provides psychological and neuropsychological evaluations to children, adolescents, and young adults that may be helpful for establishing IEP and 504 plans that may be suffering from ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Anxiety, and Depression, as well as inform treatment for those conditions.
In addition, Dr. Tutty provides forensic evaluations to individuals involved in the court system, such as those suffering from injuries (e.g., motor vehicle collisions, school injuries, work-related injuries, medical malpractice, etc.), as well as parents undergoing parenting plan disputes/high conflicts. In this capacity, Dr. Tutty collaborates with his forensic team to provide a comprehensive evaluation to the courts to inform best interest recommendations for the parties.
Dr. Tutty has presented nationally on such matters and is published in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., JAMA), particularly in the areas of major depression and ADHD.
Dr. Tutty is trained in the scientist-practitioner model of evidence-based care standards for forensic interviews, psychological and neurological testing, reporting, and testimony per APA and AFCC guidelines.
Dr. Tutty is currently providing the following services at NWFP – Premier:
He is a member of the American Psychological Association, Division of Law, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC – WA/UT, Board Member), and International Neuropsychological Society (INS)
Dr. Kane is a clinical psychologist with expertise in the evaluation and treatment planning of neuropsychological and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Kane is trained in the scientist-practitioner model, utilizing data-driven diagnosis and treatment planning with evidence-based practice.
Dr. Kane practices the therapeutic-assessment model, meeting every client where they are at, listening to their presenting concerns, and providing new insights for treatment recommendations to improve global health outcomes.
Dr. Kane’s mission is to serve as an advocate for clients needing support and direction with whatever challenge they may bring into the office through comprehensive evaluation and treatment planning.
Mr. Kane has particular training and expertise in evaluating youth and adults presenting with complex psychological and neuropsychological conditions. He works collaboratively with his clients and their counsel experiencing conflicts (custody, relocation, personal injuries, etc.) and at crossroads with the court system.
Mr. Kane is currently a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, California Psychological Association, Division VIII, Neuropsychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, and the American Psychological Association. He is trained in the scientific-practitioner model and is AFCC and APA informed in his work.
Dr. Kane is currently providing the following services at NWFP – Premier:
Victoria is a native Seattleite who earned her bachelor’s in Chemistry, Biology, and Neuroscience from the University of Washington (Go Dawgs!). She subsequently attended 2 years of medical school in Texas. This experience highlighted the intersection of medical and emotional care as well as the inability to provide the breadth of care she desires.
Victoria subsequently earned a master’s in clinical psychology. She is currently in the second year of her doctoral program in clinical psychology and is acquiring hours for licensure. She provides psychotherapy and assessment services to individuals under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist. Victoria’s laid back and approachable style pulls from wanting to understand the whole person medically, spiritually, and psychologically, through psychoanalysis and neurobiology.
At Premier, Victoria is working with our forensic team in providing psychological and neuropsychological assessment services at our Bellevue location in the area of personal injury and child custody. In this capacity, Victoria provides testing, analysis, and report writing services to individuals involved in litigation in these issues, and follows APA and AFCC guidelines in helping the courts determine best interest outcomes.
Aylah Scroloff, PsyD(c), is a third-year clinical psychology doctoral student at Antioch University. Ms. Scroloff has experience in the administration of psychological testing for parenting evaluations, as well as psychological and neuropsychological testing of adults presenting with a variety of psychological conditions. Ms. Scroloff is trained in a practitioner-scholar model that emphasizes generalist clinical training and evidence-based practice. Ms. Scroloff approaches her clinical and assessment work from a bio-psycho-social model. She conceptualizes her clients’ needs and experiences based upon an individual’s biological factors, their family history, social environment, and culture in which they grew up. Ms. Scroloff is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and is working with the NW Family team with evaluations and treatment of youth and adults who often find themselves at crossroads with the court system.
Anna Lee, PsyD(c) is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate at Antioch University, Seattle, in her third year of doctoral training. Ms. Lee has been trained in a practitioner-scholar model that emphasizes generalist clinical training and evidence-based practice. Ms. Lee has training and experience in the evaluation of adults presenting with psychological and neuropsychological conditions, in addition to psychological testing for parenting evaluations. Ms. Lee is currently a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS). Ms. Lee hopes to further her training and specialize in the assessment of clinical and neuropsychological conditions. Ms. Lee is currently working with the NW Family team in this regard – both at our Seattle and Bellevue offices.