Nancy E. Butler, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
My twenty-five years of practice with a number of forms of therapy led me to interest in in-depth insight oriented forms of psychotherapy including psychoanalysis-- perhaps best described as a method for helping one make meaning of a life. This closely ties with my commitment to the education of medical students and residents, particularly in the areas of self-awareness and psychotherapy. It is my hope to help the IU School of Medicine produce graduates who are themselves able to providing healing communication.
GH 2800 PSYC
Medical education research including motivations for teaching and learning; self-awareness of care providers and curricular design. Clinical research interests include agents for change in interpersonal interactions.