Divisions and Programs

Our faculty head up several dynamic divisions and programs that concentrate research, training and services in key areas within psychiatry.


Our division embraces state-of-the-art psychodynamic, family relational, cognitive/behavioral and pharmacological approaches. We value mentoring, support and promotion of junior faculty and excellence in clinical and research training, and we provide an outstanding environment for professional growth and fulfillment.
Individuals with psychiatric conditions frequently interact with multiple medical, social and legal systems. The Division of Community Psychiatry works to identify and address gaps where these systems interface with another.
Forensic psychiatry forms an interface between mental health care services and the legal system. Our division’s faculty trains residents, students and fellows to navigate this distinct interprofessional realm, while also providing a variety of key services for the community.


Our psychiatric consultation-liaison service provides timely, efficient and high-quality consultation to physicians regarding patients who have medical or surgical conditions that may exacerbate or be exacerbated by emotional problems.