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The UW Department of Psychiatry is seeking a clinical Child/Adolescent psychiatrist interested in joining our dynamic mental health team. Our clinicians, educators and researchers are invested in providing high-quality care in an innovative environment.
The qualified candidate will provide psychiatric care to patients in the child/adolescent outpatient program, with opportunities to engage in research initiatives and/or resident supervision and mentorship. The attending will help develop and apply evidence-based and specialty treatment programs and educate the next generation of psychiatrists.
Pediatric Health Psychologist
We are seeking a Pediatric Health Psychologist to:
- Provide services to our pediatric patients receiving inpatient medical care for a wide variety of chronic and acute medical conditions at American Family Children’s Hospital.
- Collaborate closely with multidisciplinary teams and other health psychologist colleagues to deliver evidence-based best practices in the area of pediatric health psychology.
- Contribute to program development and outcome evaluation efforts to enhance patient care and outcomes and support service growth.
- Participate in opportunities to mentor and supervise trainees.
Clinical Psychologist/Mental Health Clinician
We are seeking a Clinical Psychologist/Mental Health Clinician to:
- Evaluate and triage patients presenting with a wide range of mental health problems and diagnoses.
- Collaborate with patients on individualized treatment plans with specific goals and outcomes.
- Coordinate patient care with primary care, other specialty providers, and families via written and verbal communication.
- Provide psychotherapy, utilizing multiple modalities and methods consistent with evidence-based practice, including specific and focused treatment protocols, when appropriate.
- Utilize progress monitoring and outcome measurement tools to assess benefits of psychotherapy and change the treatment plan, if necessary.
From our director to our newest employee, there is a thirst to learn and to better the care for our patients. It is easy to come to work AND enjoy it.Anne Totero, MS, LMFT
I entered the field of psychiatry to help promote resilience and well-being in patients and families. In a similar manner, my job gives me the opportunity for personal and professional growth while doing what I love – working with colleagues to cultivate high quality educational and clinical experiences for our learners and providing evidence-based, compassionate patient care. After training at UW, and now as Program Director of the CAP Fellowship, I am privileged to be part of this collaborative environment!Brooke Kwiecinski, MD, CAP Fellowship Director