Why pursue a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship?
Why Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences?
Excellent teaching and supervision by faculty who are content experts
Wide variety of clinical settings and specialty clinics
Exceptional consult liaison training at a tertiary children’s hospital
Extensive opportunities to hone psychotherapy and family therapy skills
Exposure to a cutting-edge collaborative care approach
Encouragement to pursue individual interests through electives and research
Formal mentorship program
- Engagement in quality improvement projects
- Intentional focus on fellows’ wellness
“I chose Duke for my fellowship training for many factors, including the variety of training opportunities available at a large academic center and the flexibility in creating a second-year schedule that can really focus on your interests. The culture of the program is very warm and supportive, making it a wonderful place to train and grow clinically and professionally.”
— Katie Boyle, MD, Second Year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow