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Clinical Teaching Opportunities

While not required to complete the fellowship program, we offer a variety of opportunities for fellows to be involved in clinical teaching and dissemination of evidenced-based assessment/ intervention to a wide range of healthcare professionals:

  • Medical Student Lectures on Disordered Eating, Cognitive Disorders, and/or Psychotherapy
  • WV Project ECHO  (Pain)- meets 2x month. Brief presentation regarding Pain Psychology to Multidisciplinary group with Pharmacy, Chiropractic, Pain Physicians, and psychology.
  • Teaching in Pain Center to multidisciplinary staff- MD, Chiropractic, Advance Nursing Professionals, Massage Therapy, Dietician, Graduate students in psychology
  • Multidisciplary Training Clinic: The fellow can present a teaching topic for MDT clinic didactic (occurs weekly, could be a topic of choice relating to child, family, or adult psychotherapy). 
  • Podcast topic with Dr. Ludrosky for the HRSA “Tools For Schools” project. Half hour topics for teachers on mental health issues. 
  • WV Project ECHO (psychiatry)- Recent topics include:
    • Treatment Plans: What do you use to guide your decisions? Help to create one for a specific rural area, how do you rule out options?   
    • Diagnosing      
    • Prescribing Medications: ADHD, Depression/Anxiety/Panic, Psychotropic         
    • Gaining Patient Trust   
    • Improving Patient Comfort      
    • Medication management          
    • Therapeutic Treatment: Strategies for compliance         
    • Child/Adolescent: How does treatment differ?   
    • Specialty Conditions   
  • Behavioral Treatment: Methods, Strategies for Growth, Adherence, Compliance