BiographyDaniel Evans, Ph.D., M.S., is a clinical psychologist at UW Neighborhood Northgate Clinic and a UW assistant professor of Family Medicine.
Dr. Evans specializes in brief therapy for behavioral health issues commonly seen in primary care. He believes a collaborative relationship with the patient creates the foundation on which they can build using the patient’s strengths to develop more effective coping and self-management skills.
Dr. Evans earned his M.S. from Arizona State University, Tempe, and his Ph.D. in from the University of Kentucky, Lexington. His clinical interests include behavioral medicine, mindfulness-based interventions, and interdisciplinary treatment of chronic pain and functional somatic disorders. His research interests include self-regulation, mindfulness and resident physician education.
Personal InterestsOutside of work, Dr. Evans enjoys practicing martial arts, playing tennis and basketball, hiking and skiing.
Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Teaching Appointment, 2016
Fellowship, 2016, Clinical Psychology
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Medical Education, 2014