Teaching Excellence at University Hospitals for Dual Psychiatry Fellowship
The mission of our UH/CWRU Psychiatry College and Transitional Aged Youth Dual Fellowship Program is to create skilled mental health providers specializing in college and transitional aged youth who are prepared to become leaders in the field.
UH Psychiatry Fellows Work Collaboratively with Community Mental Health Agencies
The Psychiatry College and Transitional Aged Youth Dual Fellowship at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is a one-year training program that was founded in the 2011-2012 academic year as a collaborative program within the Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowship.
The greater Cleveland area boasts more than 20 community mental health agencies. Fellows will devote up to four days a week to clinical work within these agencies. The remaining day will be dedicated to education, supervision, program development and administrative work. Clinical work will be divided between college and transitional age youth mental health and community mental health.
For more details, explore the College & Transitional Aged Youth Dual Psychiatry Fellowship curriculum.
Opportunities are available in the community to further work with adolescents and transitional aged youth or to work with adults with serious and persistent mental illness.