Training Programs


Clinical Training Opportunities Available in Psychiatry at The Menninger Clinic

Child and Adolescent Fellowship

The Menninger Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine offers a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at The Menninger Clinic. Fellows rotate through Menninger's Adolescent Treatment Program, where they follow patients during comprehensive assessment and treatment up to six or eight weeks or longer.
Department faculty assigned to leading and consulting include Drs. Elizabeth Newlin, Efrain Bleiberg, Carla Sharp and Peter Fonagy.

General Psychiatry Residency

Second-year residents complete a two-month rotation at The Menninger Clinic in one of the adult specialty treatment programs.
Fourth-year residents choose elective and selective rotations that may include Menninger’s Professionals Program.
A variety of research opportunities is available for clinical and basic neuroscience research. The Resident Research Track may apply to the third and fourth year. Candidates are identified during the interview process, orientation, PGYI and PGYII.

Applying for a Residency

Application details and requirements for the psychiatry residency are available online. For the child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship, click here.

Verifying Residency Training

Former residents may contact Liz Golmon at 713-275-5016 with training verification needs.