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Join Our Team: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center at the University of Utah is recruiting a postdoctoral research fellow for a one- to two-year position. The primary roles of the postdoctoral fellow will be to assist with data management and statistical analysis on ongoing and upcoming extramurally-funded clinical trials and basic science studies of romantic relationships as well as to assist with the preparation and submission of new grant applications to extramural funding agencies such as NIH, AHRQ, SAMSHA, etc. Clinical opportunities are also available if desired. The start date is flexible between June 1 and August 15, 2023.
Mental Health Journaling & Collage Workshop with Craft Lake City
Create a custom journal and learn how creative writing can support your mental health with Craft Lake City and Claire Adams, Associate Director of the Community Writing Center and Associate Professor of Humanities on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.
Upcoming Virtual Mindfulness Workshop for Couples
Join Kimberly Carson, MPH, C-IAYT and Jim Carson, PhD of the Duke Health and Well-Being Programs Team for an eight-week online Mindfulness-Based Relationship Enhancement (MBRE) workshop–the first clinically studied mindfulness program designed for couples. Led by the developers of MBRE, this adaptation of the standard Kabat-Zinn Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) protocol is an instructor-led, virtual program that will help you enhance your relationships. Mindfulness-Based Relationship Enhancement has been shown in research trials to improve relationship satisfaction, autonomy, relatedness, closeness, and acceptance of one another.
Learn more about the mental health services offered at BHIDC.
Meet Our Team
Our team is comprised of mental health professionals and trainees who are passionate about ongoing learning, sharing of resources, and providing quality care to those we serve.
Need Help Now?
Call the Utah Crisis Line at 988 or 801-587-3000 (local)
24/7 Free and Confidential Services
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at no cost to you, their certified crisis workers provide:
- compassionate and non-judgmental emotional support.
- suicide prevention, information, and referrals.
- follow-up services.
- psycho-education about mental health issues.
- education on how to support loved ones with mental health issues.
- therapeutic assistance to individuals in emotional distress or psychiatric crisis.
- coordination and dispatch response to individuals in the community as needed via the Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) and/or first responders in coordination with other local mental health authorities.