The Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic is a general outpatient mental health clinic within the Department of Psychiatry that provides psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and medication evaluation and management to a wide range of child, adolescent, and adult patients. Our multidisciplinary team holds a holistic perspective on the social and cultural factors that impact physical and psychological well-being in our patients’ lives outside of the clinic setting.
Services offered in the general outpatient clinic include psychiatric medication evaluation and management; individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy; care coordination including limited case management; and psychological testing. Currently, rotation training opportunities at the OPC are limited to working with adult patients, which includes opportunities in adult psychotherapy, psychological evaluation services (PES), and the rapid-accessed focused treatment clinic (RAFT), and Psychological Treatment for the Medically Complex (PCMC).
The OPC staff includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, and social workers. The OPC is proud to be a training site for social work interns/fellows, nurse practitioner students, psychiatry residents, and psychology interns.