The Department offers a one-year fellowship in psychosomatic medicine. The educational objectives of the program are to develop the fellow's clinical expertise and, through the fellow's teaching and liaison efforts, to increase the mental health skills and knowledge of non-psychiatric physicians and medical center staff.
The 12-month forensic psychiatry residency training program provides extensive exposure to a variety of criminal and civil forensic psychiatry experiences. The program is designed to facilitate the forensic resident’s successful completion of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology’s board examination for the Added Qualifications in Forensic Psychiatry. Graduating residents will be skilled in working in a variety of forensic settings and in interfacing with attorneys and courts.
The Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry fellowship (TNT PCP) is a year-long clinical education certificate program for primary care oriented trainees and providers (e.g. internal medicine, family medicine, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, psychiatric nursing, emergency medicine and neurology) who wish to receive advanced training in primary care psychiatry.