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Psychiatry Fellowships

Child and Adolescent Fellowship

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) fellowship program at West Virginia University is designed to offer a well-balanced, well- rounded experience in child and adolescent development as well as psychopathology. This includes training in assessment, prevention, diagnosis and treatment including care for both youth and their families.

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Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship

The Division of Forensic Psychiatry at West Virginia University offers a full-time one-year fellowship designed to provide a comprehensive and practical training experience. Fellows benefit from a balanced clinical and didactic curriculum resulting in an exceptional training experience in all aspects of forensic psychiatry.

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Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

West Virginia University’s Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship is a one year ACGME accredited program. Eligible applicants must be on track to complete an ACGME accredited psychiatry residency program.  West Virginia’s well documented and highly publicized opioid crisis makes us “ground zero” for this epidemic, giving trainees access to patient populations with significant need for addiction related recovery/treatment services.

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Addiction Medicine Fellowship

West Virginia University’s Addiction Medicine Fellowship is part of the nation’s first cohort of programs to achieve ACGME accreditation.  It is unfortunate that our state’s highly publicized and well documented opioid crisis makes us “ground zero” for this epidemic.

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