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Psychiatry Residency Training Program
 
  Applicants Department GME Office Home School of Medicine UW UWHA

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REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE PSYCHOTHERAPY PATHWAY

Minimal requirement for participation:

  1. Identify a pathway mentor with whom you will meet (in person, via Skype, via phone or email) on a regular basis: weekly, monthly, or quarterly-- to talk about your progress in developing psychotherapy skills.
  2. Verify contact with your mentor by having your mentor sign off on the Mentoring Agreement and ongoing Mentoring Progress Forms.
  3. Discuss training opportunities (readings, online and live workshops, conferences, etc), and/or work on a scholarly project (see section on "graduation with Distinction" for examples of scholarly projects).

Requirements for Recognition as Graduating with a Psychotherapy Pathway Area of Distinction at Residency Graduation:

Meet the Minimal Requirements for Participation, plus at least one of the following types of scholarly projects leading to a scholarly product related to the practice of psychotherapy:

  1. A paper substantially in preparation, submitted, or accepted for publication in a professional journal or book; or a presentation at a regional, national, or international professional conference.
  2. Giving a talk to other residents or medical students, with supporting material (e.g., slide handouts, reading recommendations, outlines, etc).
  3. Completion of an external training program leading to additional certification (e.g., SPSI) or meets regularly outside of standard psychiatry residency requirements (e.g., weekly ACT meetings in the community).
  4. Preparation of a substantial online or print curriculum or annotated bibliography that furthers the training of others in the practice of psychotherapy.

 

Barbara S. McCann, Ph.D.
(206) 744-4544
mccann@uw.edu

and

MItch R. Levy, M.D.
(206) 598-7792
mrlevy@uw.edu

and

Rebecca Engelberg, M.D.
(206) 598-7792
rebenge@uw.edu

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