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Yale University's Department of Psychiatry (Yale Behavioral Health) offers Post-MSW Fellowships in (1) adult psychiatry; (2) acute services; and (3) adolescent school based services. Designed to augment an individual’s graduate training, Fellowships are available to individuals with a Masters Degree in Social Work from a school accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Fellowships last for one year and include a stipend, paid time off and medical insurance. A description of each available training site along with more detailed information about the Fellowship and the application process, is available at: https://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/care/services/services/fellowships.aspx.
MSW from a social work program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. No more than one year of post-graduate work experience. Completion of application process.
Additional Salary Information: Fellows receive an annual stipend of at least $28,800 as well as full medical benefits and paid time off.
Clinical services stand at the center of the tripartite missions of the Department of Psychiatry, alongside excellence in teaching and research. Through its three main institutions, the Department hosts extraordinary programs that specialize in the major mental diseases and substance abuse treatment.The range of clinical services spans all ages, from adolescent through geriatric populations, and a...ll illnesses from the most severe and debilitating of psychoses and major affective disorders, to personality and addictive disorders.Clinical programs are intimately interwoven with the training and research missions of the Department.Yale Psychiatry's three major institutions are the Connecticut Mental Health Center, the Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System, and the Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital and associated services.In addition, the Department manages Yale Behavioral Health Services, which includes the Hamden Mental Health Center and Cedarhurst School and is affiliated with the APT Foundation, serving a large, diverse patient group for substance use and abuse problems.