Our fellows spend about twenty weeks on service at Hawthorn Children’s Psychiatric Hospital, a state-supported facility, where lengths of stay average four to six weeks, distinctively allowing our fellows to follow patients through extended courses of treatment. There, and in the outpatient clinics of BJC Behavioral Health , where they also spend twenty weeks for their community mental health roation, and St. Louis Children’s Hospital, our fellows gain experience with children and families who exemplify the full range of psychiatric, developmental and psychosocial disability.
As of July 2016, our trainees are also spending 10 weeks at McCallum Place, a premier midwestern Eating Disorders Treatment Center where they will be supervised by three outstanding child psychiatrists with expertise in eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder as well as obesity. A neurology outpatient rotation, supervised by outstanding pediatric neurology faculty, is also in the first year.
- Community Mental Health Continuity Clinic at BJC Rotation (continued second year)
- The SYNCHRONY Project
- Community Mental Health Outpatient Rotation at BJC-CAP 1
- Inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Hawthorne Rotation-CAP 1
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic (continued second year)
- SLCH Outpatient Child Neurology Rotation-CAP 1
- Residential and Partial Hospitalization Program at McCallum Place Eating Disorder Treatment Center Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Rotation-CAP 1
The second year prioritizes independence and flexibility and includes generous elective time.
Fellows experience an acceleration in outpatient work, autonomy and therapeutic practice with a school consultation rotation in collaboration with the unified Special School District of St. Louis County, a Consult-Liaison experience at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, a premier U.S. children’s hospital, a year long weekly clinic solely dedicated to the practice of psychotherapy, as well as ample time to pursue special interests including over 6 months with 50% elective time.
Starting in July 2017, our fellows will also rotate through the adolescent age services offered through Preferred Family Health which is dedicated to the treatment of substance use disorders.
- Community Mental Health Continuity Clinic at BJC Rotation (continued from first year)
- The SYNCHRONY Project
- Elective Rotation-CAP 2
- Infant-Preschool Clinic-Site-CAP 2
- Pediatric Consult-Liaison Rotation-at SLCH-CAP 2
- Psychotherapy Clinic-CAP 2
- School Consultation SSD-CAP 2
- Substance Use Disorders
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic (continued from first year)