University of Washington Seattle Children's
Fellow Preeti Gill, MD and Attending Will French, MD with a patient

Core Clinical Rotations

First Year

The 1st year of the 2-year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency is divided into five blocks of either 10 or 11 weeks each. The rotations are as follows:

Second Year

During the 2nd year, residents continue their outpatient care clinic with an emphasis on long-term care. The second year is divided into two 6-month long blocks.  Approximately 2 days per week are used for elective time, which is designed to further enhance or develop their skills in areas consistent with their career goals. Required rotations include:

Criteria For Graduation

Complete, in a satisfactory manner, all required clinical rotations, as well as sufficient elective rotations to total 24 months of training.

Be approved for graduation by the Division’s Resident Education Steering Committee (RESC). In considering residents for graduation, the RESC considers clinical competence, interpersonal skills, ethical standards, and professional conduct.