Post-Graduate Year 3

Post-Graduate Year 3

During the PGY 3 year, the resident is assigned to outpatient clinics for the entire year and continues his or her long-term psychotherapy cases.

 

PGY 3 CURRICULUM

Third year residents engage in weekly didactics on Monday afternoons from 1:00 until 5:00. Having established a foundation of knowledge through the psychopathology and psychopharmacology courses and introductions to psychotherapy, the third year residents further their knowledge of psychotherapy with advancing courses in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral therapy and family and couples therapy. More advanced courses in neurological disorders, research and critical thinking, forensics and psychosomatics are taught by experts from our faculty in their respective fields.

 

PGY III FALL

1:00-1:55 pm
Ben Schoenbachler, M.D.
Neurological Disorders Commonly Seen In Psychiatric Practice Neuropsychological testing

2:00-2:55 pm
Erik Goodwyn, M.D.
Theory, Techniques and Practice of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

3:00-3:55 pm
Jeannie Roberts, M.D
Psychosomatics

4:00-5:00 pm
Rif El- Mallakh, M.D.
Research/Critical Reading of the Literature

PGY III SPRING

1:00-1:55 pm
Allan Tasman, M.D.
Advanced Psychoanalytic Theory

2:00-2:55 pm
Allan Josephson, M.D.
Family and Couples Psychotherapy

3:00-3:55 pm
Jesse Wright, M.D., Ph.D. & Amanda Hettinger, M.D.
Theory, Techniques and Practice of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

4:00-5:00 pm
Faculty
Rotating Courses (example: forensics, psych testing, genetics)