Behavioral health services are offered at the majority of our locations in Marion, Hancock, Shelby, and Madison counties. Our behavioral health providers are dedicated to our patients’ needs, providing high-quality care to both children and adults. If you do not currently receive primary care services from The Jane Pauley Community Health Center, you can still make an appointment to see our behavioral health providers, without needing to switch your current primary care provider.
Through our Behavioral Health department, we offer a number of services, including consultations, individual counseling, group counseling for children and adolescents, and assessments. Consultations occur the same day as a patient’s appointment with their health care provider, and are available if a patient wants to talk about difficulties he or she has been facing, ask questions about making changes to his or her lifestyle for health-related reasons, or discuss any concerns about depression. We also offer assessments for ADHD, psychoeducational assessments, as well as psychological evaluations.
The Jane Pauley Community Health Centers employ a range of behavioral health providers to best fit our patients’ needs, including licensed clinical social workers; psychologists; psychiatric nurse practitioners; and predoctoral interns and postdoctoral fellows in counseling, psychology, school psychology, and clinical psychology.
Applicants interested in our doctoral psychology internship program must participate in the APPIC Internship Matching Program (the “Match”). The Match is administered by National Matching Services Inc. on behalf of APPIC, and our Indiana Consortium participates in all phases of the computerized Match. Interested applicants can apply on-line and all application materials can be uploaded via the applicant portal of the APPIC website. Please see the attached brochure and training manual.