School of Medicine

Resident and Faculty Wellness Program

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The Resident Faculty Wellness Program provides an array of services to increase clinician wellness and reduce burnout and distress, facilitating a strong and thriving workforce. Many medical professionals experience stress under the unique demands of working in an academic medical environment, can become overwhelmed, and may benefit from additional support. 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.

How stressed are you? How would you score on depression and anxiety screening questions? Are you struggling with maintaining good health habits? Do you have questions about seeking counseling through our program? 

Take our anonymous, interactive OHSU Stress and Depression Survey

Please reach out by email to schedule a meeting with any member of our team. For more information about each clinician, please visit Our Clinical Team page.

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Anna Anderson, PMHNP., Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Pager: 11067

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Timothy Beecher, Ph.D.Psychologist
Pager: 13028

Sydney Ey

Sydney Ey, Ph.D., Psychologist 
Pager: 12191 

Mary Moffit

Mary Moffit, Ph.D., Psychologist 
Pager: 12047

Marie Soller

Marie Soller, M.D., Psychiatrist
Pager: 10767 

Sarah Walker

Residents, fellows, and primary School of Medicine faculty can receive free, confidential counseling and coaching services at our OHSU Marquam Hill campus. Experienced psychologists and psychiatrists provide professional services in a private location with no EPIC documentation. Over the past 10 years, hundreds of OHSU physicians have participated in this program and our team currently provides over 100 visits every month. Our clinical focus is on intervening early, supporting distressed physicians and finding the necessary resources to build sustainable medical practices and rewarding personal lives.

Why Do We Do This?

With thanks to Jared Rubenstein, M.D., and Jessi Gold, M.D.

Confidentiality is our highest priority. We do not document in Epic. Participation in the Wellness Program is confidential and no information is shared without written consent unless the individual is a danger to self or others, or is impaired.