Graduate Medical Education
Residency and fellowship training is one of the most exciting times in life, but it also can present a variety of challenges to personal and professional well-being. Residents often experience emotional and physical exhaustion, anxiety, feelings of inadequacy, and strained personal relationships. These issues can often lead to depression, substance abuse, and even suicidal thoughts. Our resident wellness program strives to ensure that residents are both emotionally and academically successful. We provide a variety of confidential services, free of charge to our Residents & Fellows.
Counseling - in person, online, or via phone (free of charge to residents and fellows). To schedule a counseling appointment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you already have a counseling relationship, please feel free to contact Dr. Dyurich or Dr. Prasad at the emails listed below:
- Dr. Adriana Dyurich at email@example.com or call her confidential phone line 210-450-8734.
- Dr. Veena Prasad at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her confidential phone line 210-450-8734.
Online self-screening is available for depression, burnout, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. The screening is voluntary and completely anonymous. Take the assessment today.
The following services are available 24/7 to address any behavioral health concern:
Crisis Text Line:
Text CONNECT to 741741
University Hospital Emergency Center
For Residents and Fellows:
Issues We Address
- Work-life balance
- Thoughts of self-harm
- Substance abuse
- Flourishing during challenging times
For those experiencing learning difficulties in their Residency Program UT Health San Antonio Office for GME response to COVID-19:
Jon Courand, MD
Assistant Dean for Wellbeing for Graduate Medical Education
Adriana Dyurich, PhD, LPC
Academic Success Consultant
Veena Prasad, PhD, MBA, LPC
Behavioral Health Consultant
The Office for Graduate Medical Education is proud to bring you Ripples: A Podcast from The Wellness Home.