The UW Psychiatry Residency program offers a wide range of clinical, educational, research, public health, and advocacy opportunities across the state of Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Psychology Internship offers clinical science training in three tracks: Adult, Child, and Pediatric Psychology.
The Infant, Early Childhood and Family Mental Health Capstone Certificate Program is an intensive, interdisciplinary, one or two year academic program for practicing professionals who work with families in the prenatal and postpartum periods and with children ages birth through 5 years.
We offer a two-year CAP Fellowship training program where fellows obtain extensive experience in the assessment and multi-modal treatment of children and adolescents with a broad range of psychopathology.
We offer a one-year clinical fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry. This is a unique opportunity for fellows to develop clinical skills in working with those suffering from substance use disorders and co-morbid medical and psychiatric conditions.
In our one-year Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship program, fellows will learn to improve the lives of older adult patients and their families, while leading the way to teach others to improve the quality of care for older adults in the community.