Joining the team providing clinical services in the Department of Psychiatrys OHSU Resident and Faculty Wellness Program www.ohsu.edu/rfwp The RFWP was developed to increase resident/fellow and School of Medicine (SoM) faculty access to professional counseling and psychiatric consultation to support their successful and safe practice in medicine and personal well-being.
Our current team (three psychologists, one psychiatrist and one Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner) provides clinical services, educational programs, and conducts research on physician wellness.
OHSUs highly rated wellness program, in place for over 15 years, is a national model and has seen utilization more than triple over the last 10 years. We also provide clinical and educational services to both Providence and Legacy resident physicians and offer telehealth, when indicated, to physicians off campus.
Current RFWP initiatives include suicide prevention, increasing outreach to SoM faculty and expanding the OHSU Peer Support Program www.ohsu.edu/peersupport.
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the universitys missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service. In consultation with the Director of the Resident and Faculty Wellness Program, this staff psychologist will provide clinical services 3 days a week Mon-Fri (offering some evening appt times) and will monitor emails and OHSU pager during off-hours, responding in a timely manner. Will participate in the program's on-call coverage on average one week every four weeks, providing triage of emergency or urgent calls. Currently all services are via telehealth. In the future, psychologist will share a private office and waiting, have access to an administrative assistant, IT expertise, and other admin staff as needed.
Psychological outpatient diagnostic assessment and treatment
Individual coaching/counseling (offering flexible hours, including some evening appointments)
Educational outreach activities: developing workshops/lectures directed at increasing resilience in physicians and enhancing professionalism in our academic medical center
Outreach to OHSU-based and community-based residency training programs
Collaboration with clinical team on treatment plans, educational initiatives, research activities
Can hire between .50-.75, depending on candidate's preference.
Ph.D. or Psy.D in Clinical Psychology
3 or more years of licensed practice as a clinical psychologist
Outpatient psychological evaluation, ongoing treatment of adults
Licensed or license eligible in Oregon and eligible for OHSU credentials
Previous clinical work with/interest in working with medical professionals
Experience/interest in brief treatment models (CBT, ACT, DBT) insight oriented, interpersonal modalities and trauma informed care
Interest/experience in teaching, in physician health and clinical outcomes research, and in working collaboratively with multi-disciplinary team
Experience/interest in working with diverse populations, LGBTQ, under-represented minorities and/or expertise in working with men
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a cover letter and CV.
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