Karen Manotas, MD, MS, Assistant Professor (Clinical) is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the University of Utah who specializes in school-based psychiatric consultation. She serves as co-director of the Utah School Mental Health Collaborative and provides school-based consultation to several rural and urban school districts in Utah. She supervises and trains UU child psychiatry and triple board trainees during their school-based psychiatry rotation and works on the child inpatient psychiatric units at the Huntsman Mental Health Institute. She also serves as the behavioral health clinic director for the University of Utah West High School School-Based Health Clinic in Salt Lake City. Dr. Manotas is board-certified in Psychiatry (2020-present) and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2023-present) by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. In addition to school-based health, Dr. Manotas has a particular interest in systems-based care, community outreach, clinical research, program development, and quality improvement.