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Our philosophy is that graduate medical education is a graduated process in which child and adolescent psychiatrists, over a period of several years, gain experience with and assume responsibility for increasingly difficult patients and problems within their area of expertise. At the conclusion of training, fellows must be prepared to practice independently. Therefore, to serve the public well in our training mission, we must train child and adolescent psychiatrists who by their final year of training, can manage complex patients and problems independently.
Improve the quality of life & reduce the burden of suffering for children & families that face disabling mental illnesses
Evaluate by identifying both strengths & deficits of children & their families
Develop knowledge & skills in both psychotherapies & somatic therapies
Treat child psychopathology in a bio-psycho-social context of development
Emphasize family-centered & culturally competent care
Utilize community-based settings & systems of care
Advocate for youth & their families
The Fellowship is structured so that the majority of required ACGME training experiences are completed in the first year, allowing substantial discretionary time in the second year for personal pursuits whether clinical, education, or investigation. Our fellows are encouraged and supported to follow their interests and passions in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry.
Reflective of this breadth of experience available, the Department’s fellowship program has graduated over 300 child and adolescent psychiatrists who have gone on to successful careers in clinical, educational, administrative, advocacy, and research realms. We are strongly committed to training the next generation of child and adolescent psychiatrists who will work in the nation’s evolving health care system to reach children and families.
Please see our full program guide for more information about who we are:
All applications for our fellowship go through the ERAS system.
Please see our application requirements and instructions for
completing the online application form.
Oscar Bukstein, MD
Fellowship Training Director
Eleni Maneta, MD
Associate Training Director
We are grateful to have been ranked #1 on U.S. News & World Report's list of the best children's hospitals in the nation for the third year in a row, an honor we could not have achieved without the patients and families who inspire us to do our very best for them. Thanks to you, Boston Children's is a place where we can write the greatest children's stories ever told.”