The Charles E. Steinberg Fellowship in Psychiatry and Law is one of the original forensic psychiatry programs recognized by the ACGME. Over the past 30 years, we have established deep roots in this ever-growing discipline, and refined our clinical and didactic curriculum to best prepare fellows for the unique work of forensic psychiatry. This one-year, post-residency program leads to eligibility for Added Qualifications in Forensic Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. We offer two positions each year and training begins July 1st.
Over the course of a year, fellows not only learn to treat the forensic population, they are also exposed to the intricacies of a forensic hospital where clinical and security issues intertwine. Our training venues and partnerships are ideal for helping fellows acquire the specialized knowledge and skills needed to work in tandem with the legal system. Learning the subtle practical aspects of forensic psychiatry requires a close working relationship between the faculty and fellows. We strive to provide the necessary mentorship to guide fellows toward greater independence and confidence in decision making.
- We have an established reputation in the field, drawing from over 30 years of program development experience and an abiding commitment to ongoing growth.
- We offer diverse clinical sites for a unique combination of criminal, civil, public and private adult and child forensic psychiatry training opportunities.
- We offer specialized training in child & adolescent forensic psychiatry.
- We have established a network of excellent clinical and legal faculty with a broad range of expertise to provide comprehensive training and supervision.