Psychiatry and Behavioral Health – Professional Education
Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center are committed to establishing and maintaining high-quality Graduate Medical Education training programs.
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Our institution provides the diverse patient population, dedicated faculty, excellent clinical and basic science departments, and nationally recognized research programs required to create an environment optimal for learning and for the development of future leaders in the art and science of medicine.
We offer a variety of psychiatry residencies and fellowships, including Psychiatry Residency, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowships.
See all psychiatry residency and fellowship opportunities listed below.
Residencies and Fellowships
We offer a four year accredited residency training program for up to 20 residents, accepting approximately four to five residents each year.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
The Penn State Children's Hospital offers a fully accredited, two-year fellowship training program in child and adolescent psychiatry.
Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowship
The Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowship at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is a one-year, non-ACGME-accredited program that accepts two fellows per year. The focus of the program is to help fellows develop skills in administration, leadership and cultural and religious sensitivity, and to gain a deeper understanding of systems of care, mental health advocacy, health maintenance and prevention and addiction and recovery.
Psychiatry Continuing Education
A variety of psychiatry continuing education programs are held throughout the year. When available, registration links will appear below.
The Psychology Internship's chief and overarching goal is to train advanced psychology doctoral-level students to lead to the competent preparation for entry-level practice into professional psychology. The internship selects prospective interns who are doctoral students during the current academic year and are currently matriculated in APA-approved clinical, counseling or school psychology programs.