Social and Community Psychiatry

Our department has played a major innovative and leadership role in the evolution of Social and Community Psychiatry as a subspecialty area in our field.  Some of the services pioneered or substantially developed within this department include:

This tradition continues in an exciting range of areas emphasizing the comprehensive care of defined populations at risk. Starting with an epidemiologic base, residents learn preventive efforts with community and family groups and review service delivery systems. Supervision covers evaluation, research, fiscal concerns and cultural dimensions. Residents examine the context in which people live and service is delivered. Resources used include: