A prestigious Orlando Florida hospital has a unique opening for a doctoral level counselor/psychologist. The successful candidate will join a small, vibrant, and nationally recognized physician wellbeing program that has been on the cutting edge of providing innovative, creative, and effective counseling, consulting and education programs to providers and their families for 15 years. The staff psychotherapist will collaborate in a departmental program that functions within a multi-state organization and works in partnership with a variety of stakeholders including diverse-specialty resident training programs and faculty. Research collaborations have been formed, a large national initiative is currently underway, and unique opportunities for other projects may be possible for the right candidate. Multiple opportunities for additional collaboration exist through a number of networks within the hospital system and local community. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in creating, delivering, and evaluating services. In addition, the right candidate would be in a good position to be considered for the director leadership role as part of succession plan.
PhD, EdD, or PsyD in psychology, mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy, or counselor education is required. Florida licensed or Florida license-eligible.
Internal Number: A101
About The Center for Physician Wellbeing
At the Center for Physician Wellbeing (CPW), our mission is to nourish a culture of wellbeing for Florida Hospital physicians, advanced practice providers, and their families through personal counseling, professional coaching, and educational programs.
Today, more than ever, the changing face of healthcare in America is creating an ever more complex, demanding, and frustrating environment in which to practice medicine. As these external stressors are added to the inherent challenges associated with the practice of medicine, the degree of purpose, social esteem and job satisfaction that has traditionally been afforded to doctors is being chipped away.
In response to this reality, The CPW at Florida Hospital has been established to assist physicians as they grapple to maintain their professional optimism, their sense of caring and connection to their patients, while at the same time, maintain energy for their own personal world. In addition, the CPW is working with others in the organization to identify and capitalize on opportunities for systemic change that will create a more positive and fulfilling experience for our doctors.
The CPW provides consultation, coaching, coun...seling, education, workshops, retreats, and collegial relationship activities that are informed by current research and insight-oriented approaches. Our services aim to help physicians improve outlook, identify choices, and deepen interpersonal relationships. All interventions and initiatives are designed to promote self-care, prevent burnout and assist in the integration of life skills including resiliency, compassion, and effectiveness.