Two years ago, therapists Kara Bazzi, Alexia Giblin and Julie Church decided to take their collective eating-disorder therapy practices from the University of Washington and Seattle Pacific University to start their own clinic i

It may seem counterintuitive: Ask movement-challenged people to not only move, but dance; or those with memory issues to observe the details of paintings.

Beyond two locked security doors on the seventh floor of Seattle’s Veterans Affairs hospital (VA) on Beacon Hill, patients are treated for some of the more severe cases of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a web of other issues.