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Adult Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic

The adult clinic is located at the Neuroscience Center on the IU Medical School campus. It offers psychiatric services to IU and the Indianapolis community, including consultation, and diagnosis and treatment of common psychiatric conditions within a specialty clinic model. Specialty clinics are now available to care for patients with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, geriatric disorders, and psychiatric symptoms related to sports activities. Within the specialty programs, patients receive flexible treatment with medications and/or psychotherapy as appropriate to their needs. The clinic is staffed by IU faculty physicians, psychologists and social workers and trainees in each of these disciplines. Self referrals and provider-initiated referrals are welcomed. The specialty clinics also offer novel treatment approaches for some conditions through a number of ongoing clinical treatment studies.

For appointments or information, please call (317)963-7300.



Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic 

The child and adolescent clinic is located at Riley Hospital for Children. It offers services to IU and the state of Indiana, including consultation, and diagnosis and treatment of common psychiatric conditions. Specialty clinics include the Christian Sarkine Autism Treatment Center, ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive, Tourette's and Anxiety Disorders Clinic.

We schedule appointments directly with the patient or the patient's caregiver (if under age 18); however, information from a physician, psychologist, or other mental health provider is required.

Before scheduling an evaluation appointment, both of the forms listed below must be faxed or mailed to our clinic.  The forms may be submitted separately.

            Provider Information Form (to be completed by the provider)

            Patient Information Form (to be completed by the patient or patient's caregiver)

Please ask your provider to complete the Provider Information Form and fax it directly to our office to complete the process for you.

Please call our office at 317-944-8162, Option #2 if you have any questions. We are available by telephone Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. 


Forensic Psychiatry Clinic

The Forensic Psychiatry Clinic is directed by George Parker, M.D., who is a board-certified forensic psychiatrist. This clinic provides services throughout central Indiana in all areas of forensic psychiatry, including criminal, civil and disability evaluations. Dr. Parker has particular experience in criminal evaluations, including competence to stand trial, sanity and pre-sentencing reports. He is also available to do civil evaluations, such as competence to write a will, and disability evaluations, including return to work evaluations and independent medical evaluations. Psychological and neuropsychological testing services are available from IU faculty with significant experience in forensic evaluations.  Forensic evaluations of children are available from IU psychiatry faculty at the Riley Hospital for Children.

For appointments or information, please call (317)963-7300.


Neuropsychology Clinic

The Neuropsychology Clinic is directed by Frederick W. Unverzagt, PhD, who is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist by the American Board of Professional Psychology. The clinic is located in the Psychiatry Building and provides service in all areas of adult clinical neuropsychology including diagnosis and treatment planning for persons with: dementia or Alzheimer disease, head injury, stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, brain tumor or infection, chemical or toxic exposure, learning disability, attention deficit disorder, and IQ and personality testing. In addition, the neuropsychology clinic provides forensic services including IME, disability, and competency assessment.

For appointments or information, please call (317)963-7260.

 

Prevention and Recovery Center for Early Psychosis (PARC)

PARC specializes in treating individuals with early psychosis. This includes individuals (ages 16-30) who are within the first two years of experiencing symptoms of psychosis that led to a decline in functioning or seeking treatment. PARC offers assessments, medication management, and care coordination.

PARC focuses on treatment, education, and research.

  • Treatment - PARC helps clients develop and maintain strong relationships in order to support recovery and prevent relapse and other problems such as substance abuse and unemployment. Multiple treatment approaches are used to complement the use of medication, including psychotherapy, case management services, counseling, education, and crisis intervention.
  • Education - PARC believes it is important to not only educate patients but their families as well. Also, because schizophrenia affects many people, the program maintains a link with other healthcare providers and key community-based professionals as needed to ensure good communication and help create a better understanding of mental illness for individuals outside the mental health field.
  • Research - Because there is a need to learn more about the causes of schizophrenia and related disorders and to develop improved treatments for these illnesses, PARC is invested in working to answer the research questions that will help individuals who are suffering from psychotic disorders.

For referrals to PARC, please contact 630-6046.