The UCLA CAPS Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program is a one-year part-time program for psychiatrists seeking advanced training in college mental health. The program takes place at CAPS, a multidisciplinary student mental health center serving the needs of the large and diverse UCLA student body. Fellows will participate in a mix of clinical training, supervision and didactics with opportunities to pursue interests in our specialty clinics focusing on ADHD, eating disorders, athletics, LGBT and more.

Required Qualifications

Application requirements include completion of a residency or plan to complete a residency in general adult psychiatry prior to the anticipated start date of the fellowship program; board-certified or board-eligible in adult psychiatry with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; and hold or be eligible for an unrestricted CA medical license.

Benefits & Compensation

This non-ACGME program provides a competitive salary with full benefits.

Application Procedures, Interviews, and Notification Dates

Applicants can learn more and apply by sending an email to the UCLA CAPS Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program director David Taylor MD at dtaylor@caps.ucla.edu.