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
Why Choose Duke?
Dr. Tara Chandrasekhar, Program Training Director, Dr. Gary Maslow and a few of our fellows share highlights and personal reflections about the program, as well as what they love about Durham, North Carolina.
“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