Division of Child and Adolescent
The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry offers a fully accredited, two-year fellowship training program. Entrance to the program commonly
follows completion of the PGY-3 year. The training is designed to provide the fundamental
knowledge and skills essential to success in academic and practice settings.
A biopsychosocial, developmental, multi-system framework provides the foundation
for the Division's education and training programs. It is the goal of
the program to foster an integrated understanding and utilization of biologic,
individual psychodynamic, family systems, psychopharmacologic, cognitive, behavioral,
and community perspectives. The fellow is exposed to patients of varied
psychopathology, ethnicity and socioeconomic backgrounds. An average
of 4 hours per week of on-site individual supervision for each fellow complements
the didactic curriculum.
Applying for Fellowship