Adam Gleason is a Social Worker located in Seattle, WA who practices at Virginia Mason Medical Center and accepts multiple insurance plans. Additionally, telehealth appointments can also be provided.
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Early Life and Education
Adam Gleason was born and educated in New York City before attending Fieldston School and Harvard University, later graduating as an actor known for roles on Living Single, Will & Grace and The Parkers on television shows like Living Single; additionally he played Nathan Hastings in The Young and Restless for which he earned several Emmy nominations.
David also appeared in films like The Breakfast Club and Trading Places; in Die Hard he played an annoying police official with whom he clashed often. Additionally he has written and adapted two drama series for Dreambuilder Foundation and Proctor & Gamble and co-wrote/produced the feature film Forgiveness.
He currently works for a high volume personal injury law firm in Seattle, but seeks a smaller practice with greater client care as its top priority. Licensed to practice law in Washington state and accepting multiple insurance plans. Also offering telehealth appointments.
Adam Gleason is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with over two decades of experience. Specializing in hand, upper extremity, and microvascular surgery he has published articles and given lectures in this area; additionally he is also a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Beginning his legal career as a law clerk for the Eighteenth Judicial District and working alongside District Court judges to research and draft legal opinions. Subsequently he practiced at a high-volume personal injury law firm.
His clientele includes families, individuals and employers. He has been recognized for his efforts in Clean Water Act enforcement with an prestigious scholarship awarded. Affiliated with Virginia Mason Medical Center telehealth appointments may also be taken through him; licensed in both Washington and Oregon.
Achievement and Honors
Gleason has made significant contributions to shaping industry positions on key issues like PC MACT, NHSM and CISWI regulations, successfully advocating with EPA for any necessary revisions and initiating a finish mill energy benchmarking program for cement sector plants.
He currently holds the title of graduate assistant on the University of Denver women’s basketball team and assists with day-to-day operations as well as recruiting efforts over two seasons.
Joseph is a District 3 FFA Proficiency Winner in SAE (Manufacturing, Engineering and Trades). He has participated in many FFA activities such as judging meat judging and agricultural sales as well as joining Lincoln FFA Chapter and hopes one day competing in sports cars with Fast Track Racing.
Gleason is married with three children and enjoys golf, upland hunting and fly fishing in his free time. In addition, he works at Eddington Law Firm which offers high volume personal injury practice where he dedicates substantial resources towards meeting client needs.
He has extensive experience working with several sports teams, most recently serving as graduate assistant to the University of Denver women’s basketball team for two seasons as graduate assistant and travel and finance coordinator. Prior to that he served as travel and finance coordinator for Oklahoma State football program. Additionally, he specializes in hand surgery with extensive experience treating upper extremity injuries; having published articles and given lectures about hand surgery. Furthermore, he holds membership to American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
Gleason made his film debut as Richard Vernon, an upstanding vice principal in 1985’s The Breakfast Club. Later he played an authoritative police chief in Trading Places before appearing as a judge in an episode of Dawson’s Creek.
Gleason was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease) in 2011. His experiences with the illness were documented in the television documentary Gleason and Team Gleason is an organization dedicated to supporting those living with ALS.
Adam Gleason keeps his personal life private, although has been seen with several women in public without sharing details about any relationships. As a licensed clinical social worker specializing in PTSD treatment and trauma counseling services he offers short-term and trauma counselling as well.