Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

We offer a two-year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) Fellowship following completion of either three or four years of Psychiatry residency. Clinical competence and expertise are emphasized in our training program. All clinical activities are formulated within a biopsychosocial and developmental framework. Empirically-based interventions are emphasized. Fellows obtain extensive experience in the assessment and multi-modal treatment of children and adolescents with a broad range of psychopathology.

Please visit our Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Division website.

Program Leadership

Brooke Kwiecinski, M.D.

CAP Fellowship Program Director, Associate Professor (Clinical Track)

Carrie Schaub, C-TAGME

Residency Program Coordinator

cschaub@wisc.edu

Brooke Kwiecinski, MD, CAP Fellowship Program Director, discusses the depth and breadth of training opportunities available in the CAP Fellowship program.

 

Brooke Kwiecinski, MD, former CAP fellow and CAP Fellowship Program Director, discusses the strengths and distinctive components of the CAP Fellowship program.

 

Ritu Gandhi, MD, former CAP fellow, describes her experiences in the CAP Fellowship program.