At the OHSU Department of Psychiatry, our goal is to improve your well-being. Our work is part of OHSU’s mission to deliver excellent education, research, patient care and service to the community.
The psychiatry team members who care for you are researchers, teachers, community volunteers and most importantly, doctors and therapists with the advanced knowledge and skill to treat all types of mental and emotional conditions. The centers and services where they work include:
Avel Gordly Center for Healing
A multicultural, mental health center responsive to the needs of the diverse communities of Oregon. The Avel Gordly Center for Healing offers culturally based services, including African American services and LGBT counseling.
Intercultural Psychiatric Program (IPP)
The Intercultural Psychiatric Program (IPP) provides culturally sensitive mental health services for immigrant, refugee and ethnic communities with an emphasis on individuals and families whose first language is not English. IPP provides services to adults, children and families.
Provides a range of services to adult and geriatric patients, including comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, individual psychotherapy, medication management, coordination with primary care physicians, consultations to other providers, and referrals for hospitalization.
Psychiatry (child and adolescent)
Our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry team at the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is dedicated to providing your child and family expert psychiatric care. We are board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists and Neuropsychologists with extensive training and experience in addressing the special needs and challenges of children of all ages. Our practitioners are focused on understanding the whole child and evaluate and provide treatment recommendations and services that are comprehensive.
Our clinic is a multi-disciplinary team of technicians, nursing staff and board certified (American Board of Sleep Medicine) physicians who specialize in sleep disorders. Consultation services are provided by specialists in pulmonology, neurology, cardiology, otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), pediatrics, and psychiatry.