The department of Mental Health Services for the Indiana University School of Medicine aims to promote psychological health, well-being, and success for all students. Come join a dynamic team of clinicians who care about delivering world class mental health services and impacting mental health programs in a meaningful way.
The Mental Health Clinician & Program Manager will:
Provide direct clinical care to medical trainees through the mental health services program at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM).
Be responsible for developing and supervising the delivery of crisis management services for medical trainees across the state of Indiana.
Be instrumental in the establishment and implementation of a plan for both routine and intensive mental health services for medical trainees at each of the regional campuses.
Coordinate, evaluate, and supervise the execution of the operational plan.
Advance the delivery of mental health services by the provision of triage services, communication with faculty and other referral sources, and psycho-educational programming.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas:
- Provide clinical care to medical trainees
• Perform diagnostic assessments
• Provide insight-oriented or psycho-dynamic psychotherapy
• Triage referrals
• Provide crisis management and stabilization
• Facilitate treatment planning including (as needed) referrals to providers outside of the IU system for outpatient and inpatient care
• Coordinate post-hospitalization care and follow-up
• Provide back-up call coverage
- Coordinate and direct the development, expansion and delivery of mental health services for medical trainees throughout the IUSM system
• Research and evaluate the mental health services currently available within the system
• Plan and expand crisis management services
• Assess and supervise the delivery of mental health services provided to medical trainees across the IUSM system
• Communicate with referral sources (as needed for triage and follow-up) within the IU system, i.e. program directors, lead advisors, faculty, etc…
• Develop a directory of appropriate referral sources in the state (and nationally as needed) for different levels of mental health care (inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization, specialty services, etc..).
• Provide psycho-educational programming and community outreach services
• Work effectively as a collaborative member of the mental health services team
• Triage of patients referred to mental health services
• Complete scheduling of patients and documentation of clinical work in a timely and complete manner
• Assist patients with applications for pharmaceutical patient assistance programs, refill requests, obtaining and releasing medical records
• Attend clinical and staff meetings
• Provide regular reports regarding work activities to the Director