Jason Law, MSN, ARNP
Position at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center:
ADHD Medication Consultant and Prescriber
How long have you been working at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD center?
I have been working with the HTC since we opened our doors in 2014.
Where did you grow up?
What are your favorite books / TV shows / movies?
I generally like comedies and sports movies.
What is your favorite sport and/or sports team?
Seahawks and Seton Hall University basketball.
Complete the following sentences:
When I’m not at work, you can find me....
attending a sporting event or watching a movie with my wife.
When I want to de-stress, I...
exercise or listen to music.
My favorite time of year is...
My favorite thing to cook is...
does frozen pizza count?
The best gift I ever received was...
this is hard to answer, but I think it would have to be the first baseball glove my dad gave me.
If I could travel anywhere in the world, I’d go to...
What led you to pursue a career helping others?
I’ve always recognized and appreciated getting help from others and wanted to give back anyway I could!
What education, skills and expertise do you bring to your role?
I spent 5 years working on the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit at Seattle Children’s Hospital and have been working solely as an ADHD specialist since 2011.
I am proud to be consistently voted as one of the “Top Doctors and Nurse Practitioners” by Seattle Met Magazine.
Who/what inspires you?
Ed Hallowell, Lesley Todaro, and Russell Wilson :)
What’s your personal philosophy/approach toward the work you do?
I always try to treat and make medical decisions for patients/clients as if they were my family members/loved ones.
What is one small thing people can do to improve their lives and increase their happiness?
I believe it is important for everyone to ask for help when they need it. People often take pride in NOT asking for help, but being able to do so is a sign of good mental health.