Under the direct supervision of the Director of Wellness for GME,
has responsibility for providing psychotherapy services for residents and
clinical fellows enrolled in GME training programs at Washington University SOM
or BJC in accordance with professional and administrative standards. The
position provides psychological services, including individual and group
counseling, initial consultations, crisis intervention, and case management for
residents/clinical fellows. Provides various services to residents/clinical
fellows when personal, social or environmental difficulties exist which
predispose illness or interfere with well-being. Therapy services will be
provided by telehealth and in person.
Assess the resident’s or clinical fellow’s
needs, abilities or behavior. Offer therapy and treatments for difficulties
relating to mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, addiction,
social and interpersonal problems and challenging behavior. Provide consultation
to other professionals, encouraging a psychological approach in their work.
Schedule appointments for direct clinical
contact with physicians-in-training for individual intake assessment,
psychotherapy, consultation, triage, and referral when necessary. Coordinate
group sessions with physicians-in-training to address emotional
well-being, stress, trauma and other related topics. Direct clinical time will
include 24-26 clients or groups per week, depending on need. When not
conducting direct clinical contact, be available for any service needs. Some
early morning or evening hours required. Adjust schedule for emergency sessions
for patients when needed.
Maintain appropriate documentation including
preparing written reports and progress notes.
Deliver educational sessions to training
programs as needed.
Participate in treatment team meetings.
Follow all office policy/procedure.
Other duties as assigned.