Mental health professionals can find a rewarding career at the Bowen Center, a successful, progressive and rapidly-growing behavioral healthcare system serving 10 counties in Northern Indiana.
For psychiatrists, psychologists and licensed therapists, the Bowen Center is an ideal place to provide services to clients of all ages and with a variety of behavioral health needs.
“This is a great place to work for people interested in gaining diverse clinical experience,” said Dr. Richard Ruhrold, Bowen Center senior vice president.
“It’s also ideal for people who feel a sense of mission toward helping underserved and underprivileged individuals and families. We work with people who not only have behavior health issues, but who also experience a variety of unmet basic human needs and daily struggles within a culture of poverty,” Dr. Ruhrold added.
Bowen Center behavioral health professionals work as members of interdisciplinary teams. Psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, psychologists, social workers, marital and family therapists and mental health counselors work together to make a positive difference for both our clients and the communities we serve.
The Bowen Center values an integrated approach to care, seeking to promote the well being of “the whole person,” body, mind and spirit.
“Bowen Center is a great place to work if you enjoy a setting in which you have ready access to consultation and support,” Dr. Ruhrold said. “If I need to bounce something off a colleague, because I’m concerned about a complex client situation, I have never been unable to promptly access another professional. Bowen Center is blessed to have numerous senior clinicians with extensive experience and diverse knowledge.”
Bowen Center’s team environment extends beyond the company’s walls into the communities we service through strong partnerships with area physicians, schools systems, probation departments, child protective services teams and businesses. We work together to identify and address the needs of our clients.
Bowen Center’s mission to “positively impact the quality of life of those we serve…” is supported by our use of therapeutic tools and techniques that have been show to support successful client
and family outcomes. From the use of state-of-the-art electronic medical records to the latest in behavioral health science, the Bowen Center remains at the forefront of implementing evidence-based clinical practices. “If you are interested in learning and using methods for helping people that are well supported by peer reviewed research, you will likely feel at home here,” said Dr. Ruhrold.