OHSU

Resident & Faculty Wellness Program

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To make an appointment email any of our providers listed to the right. If urgent, page 1-0975 for the provider on call


Many medical professionals struggle to manage the unique demands of working in an academic medical environment. Sometimes, we can be resilient in the face of severe stress, but at other times we can become overwhelmed and may benefit from professional coaching or counseling.

Residents, fellows and primary School of Medicine faculty can receive free, confidential counseling and coaching services on site here at OHSU. We are here to help you address any problems or concerns - personal or professional. You do not need to be in crisis, you may just want to talk or consult with us.

RWP Services

  • Individual coaching and counseling
  • Couples counseling (for residents and fellows - limit of 3 meetings)
  • Referrals to providers in the Portland community
  • Psychiatric medical consultation and medication management

Confidentiality

There is often concern about confidentiality and privacy. Everyone who participates in the Resident and Faculty Wellness Program is seen in a private location at OHSU. No Epic medical record is created and no insurance is billed. No identifying information is shared with anyone without your consent unless there is a risk of danger to self or others. You do not have to report receiving counseling when you apply for, or renew your medical license: impairment is reportable - counseling is not reportable.

For an appointment email any one of our providers

Mary Moffit, Ph.D., Psychologist
Email: moffitm@ohsu.edu
Pager: 1-2047
Voicemail: 503 494-1208

Sydney Ey, Ph.D., Psychologist
Email: eys@ohsu.edu
Pager: 1-2191

Mark Kinzie, M.D., PhD., Psychiatrist
Email: kinziem@ohsu.edu
Pager: 1-4559
Voicemail: 503 418-1608

Urgent Consultation

If your need is urgent during Monday - Friday 8-6, page 1-0975 to reach Resident and Faculty Wellness program staff

If you are experiencing an emergency outside of these hours, or need immediate care, please call 911, or go to the nearest hospital.


Additional Resources

National Suicide Prevention
Lifeline: 800 273-TALK (8255)

Multnomah County Crisis Line: 503 988-4888