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Psychiatry Subspecialty Programs
Faculty, residents and fellows provide a wide-range of diagnosis for children and adolescents, including adolescent dual diagnosis (mental health and substance abuse disorders), clinic ADHD, and disruptive behavior disorders.
The Adult Clinic offers diagnosis and treatment for mood disorders, and psychogenic and conversion disorders.
At Riley Hospital for Children, faculty, residents and fellows provide child and adolescent inpatient treatment, consultation-liaison pediatric services, and short-term psychiatry care and stabilization through a unique Bridge Clinic.
Adult neurophychological, medico-legal and forensic psychology testing as well as pediatric psychological testing is provided by Psychiatry department faculty.
Clinical Teaching Facilities
Through countless research and educational opportunities, the Department of Psychiatry at IU School of Medicine provides students, faculty and community members with pathways to further excel in the field of neurobiological and behavioral sciences. Department experts instill knowledge to future and current psychiatrists so that, together, they can improve health care.
Advancing Indiana Health
Opioid Project ECHO
In partnership with the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Department of Psychiatry at IU School of Medicine launched a program to assist health care providers across Indiana to better diagnose and treat individuals with opioid use disorder. The Opioid Project ECHO uses technology to facilitate mentoring and knowledge sharing, enabling local clinicians to provide best practice care for complex and chronic diseases in their communities.
Ethics of Social Justice Work
The Ethics of Social Justice Work is a conference that facilitates collaboration among psychologists, therapists and other allied mental health professionals.. This conferences makes it easier for faculty and community members to exchange knowledge and experience through lectures of applied psychology in social justice work. The conference highlights ethical situations for psychologists to incorporate social justice in their advocacy, practice, teaching and training endeavors.