Amy Hulings

Amy Hulings, LCSW, left, and Amy Hulings, LCSW, helped lauch Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital’s new social work fellowship program. (photo by Susan Urmy)

Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital adds social work fellowship program

Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital has launched a new social work fellowship which will prepare master’s degree-level graduates for social work in the behavioral health field.

Members of the co-occurring disorders intensive outpatient program include, from left, Susan Crawford, RN-BC, Amy Hulings, LCSW, Jessica Lavender, LPC-MHSP, and Maria Dixon, LMSW.

Program combines treatment for mental health, substance use disorders

For people with co-occurring mental health disorders and substance use disorders, finding integrated care that treats both conditions can be a difficult task. Vanderbilt Behavioral Health is seeking to simplify care for these patients through the co-occurring disorders intensive outpatient program (IOP).