David Penner MD is the Medical Director and Founder of Olympia Center for TMS and Psychiatry. He has laid the framework for the integration of mental health strategies that combine the use of therapy, lifestyle changes, and medical intervention to provide superior patient outcomes. Since 2011, Dr. Penner has been treating adults and children, with a wide range of mental health concerns both acute and chronic, and has implemented the use of TMS into his list of services.
Dr. Penner completed his premedical degree in chemistry at the University of Washington and his medical doctorate at Vanderbilt Medical School. He then completed his residency at Harvard University Medical Center, in adult geriatric psychiatry and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance. Dr. Penner’s other accolades include; serving as an expert witness, independent medical examiner, and guest lecturer at Harvard Medical School.
When Dr. Penner is not running his practice, he is spending time with his wife and kids, traveling and entertaining family and staff with his endless puns.
Thomas Yarber, ARNP, PMHNP, FNP, CNS
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Tom Yarber is a triple board-certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Adult Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. Before joining Olympia Center for TMS and Psychiatry, he practiced in a wide range of specialties, including; community mental health, corrections, and acute inpatient psychiatry.
Tom retired from the US Army in 2017 as a Colonel after 28 years as an army nurse and nurse practitioner. He served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Tom provides medication management and short-term psychotherapy for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and psychosis for adult geriatric and child and adolescent patients. Thomas enjoys time with his grandchildren, listening to music, and watching Korean dramas for fun.
Lindsay Nourse, DMSc, PA-C
Certified Physician Assistant
Lindsay Nourse has 12 years of experience working in family medicine. While working in family medicine, she developed a passion for treating those with mental health conditions and decided she wanted to practice in this area of medicine full time. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Lindsay earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon. She earned her master’s degree and P.A. education at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT.
She recently completed her doctorate (Doctor of Medical Science) through A.T. Still University with a specialization in leadership. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, her husband, her two young boys, and her two dogs, Zeke and Tillman. You can find her outside enjoying the great summer weather in the PNW, coaching volleyball at one of the local high schools, playing volleyball in various tournaments and recreational leagues, and cheering on the Oregon Ducks during football season.
Ann Song, DNP, ARNP, PMHNP-BC
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Ann Song is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She is a long-time resident of Thurston County. Licensed as a registered nurse since 1995, she has worked in many settings. Wanting to better support individuals, families, and the community, she chose to further her education. In 2019 she graduated from the University of Washington with a Doctor of Nursing Practice, specializing in Psychiatric Mental Health, emphasizing trauma-informed care.
Ann Song combines her clinical experience with a holistic, trauma-informed approach. She provides short-term psychotherapy and works collaboratively with the client to develop an individualized treatment plan/medication recommendation to meet her client’s mental health needs.
She enjoys spending time with her family, baking, crafting, and gardening in her spare time.
Molly Dutton, ARNP
Occupational Behavioral Health
Molly Dutton is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner who uses her love of teaching and evidence-based research to guide her practice model. She was raised in Hood River, Oregon, and after high school, she obtained her undergraduate degree in marine biology from Oregon State University and, later, a Master’s degree in marine physiological ecology from Western Washington University. After working as a marine biologist in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and New Zealand, Molly refocused her interests to nursing. She received a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Washington in 2008 and her Master’s in nursing from Washington State University in 2011.
Molly has always had a passion for supporting her patients’ mental well-being and, for the last few years, has been additionally focused on occupational medicine. She has wanted to focus on mental health for many years and plans to continue growing her expertise in this field. In her free time, she loves reading, knitting, traveling, cooking, and spending time with her daughter and animals.