Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

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The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship program at Marshall University School of Medicine is an ACGME accredited 2-year training program that will prepare well-rounded, board-eligible graduates for clinical practice.  The program accepts 2 fellows per year for the two-year fellowship.  Trainees learn to recognize and treat a rich variety of psychopathology as they rotate through River Park Hospital, Hoops Family Children’s Hospital, the Marshall Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic, and various community settings.  Fellows are exposed to children of all ages and stages of development and are taught to work closely with families, community providers, and other healthcare professionals.  Clinical rotation experiences are supplemented by a rich didactic schedule and a variety of research opportunities.  All training is supervised by a multi-disciplinary faculty to include child and adolescent psychiatrists, pediatric neurologists, pediatricians, and child psychologists.