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Specialties

Neurofibromatosis, Pain management, Psychiatry

Languages

English, German

Biography

Daniel Krashin, M.D., is a board certified psychiatrist and pain specialist at Harborview and a UW associate professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

Dr. Krashin collaborates with inpatient and outpatient services, clinics and hospital staff on the improvement of care delivery systems. He also has extensive experience treating psychiatric illness and chronic pain in underserved vulnerable populations, including the chronically ill, recent immigrants and HIV patients. He believes treatment plans need to suit patients and their goals, and honest communication and trust are essential for success.

Dr. Krashin earned his M.D. at the University of Michigan. He is triple board certified in Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine and Pain Medicine. He has lectured extensively and authored many publications on pain management. He also works with residents and pain fellows, and participates in teaching the future generation of pain relief physicians.

Personal Interests

In addition to working with his patients, Dr. Krashin enjoys hiking, yoga, gardening, music and cooking.
Inpatient Psychiatry Unit at Harborview

Inpatient Psychiatry at Harborview

325 9th Ave, Seattle, 5th Floor, Units: 5 West A, 5 West B, 5 Maleng Building Seattle, WA 98104

206.744.3000

Care for substance abuse and addiction, Cognitive and memory disorders treatment, Deep brain stimulation (DBS) therapy, Depression and other mood disorders treatment

University of Washington

Fellowship, 2012, Pain Medicine

Harborview Hospital Psychiatry

Teaching Appointment, 2011

Tripler Army Medical Center

Residency, 1998, Psychiatry

Tripler Army Medical Center

Internship, 1995, Family Medicine

Univ. of Michigan

Medical education, 1994

 

Board Certifications
  • Addiction Medicine, 2018, American Board of Preventive Medicine
  • Pain Medicine, 2013, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
  • Psychiatry, 2000, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology