The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is a long-time leader in student-centered, translational medical education that pushes boundaries in bold and innovative ways. Rising from one of the earliest and oldest departments at The Mount Sinai Hospital, we offer a rigorous education in psychiatry, demanding disciplined science tempered with enough thoughtful risk-taking to make an actual difference. We encourage you, as student, trainee, or researcher, to challenge and to question. Our psychiatry program unites the most advanced technologies and latest research with the very real and imminent needs for psychiatric care, both locally and globally.
Our Psychiatry Residency at Mount Sinai Hospital is a flexible residency offering personal exploration into specific areas of interest in psychiatry.
Our Triple Board Residency at Mount Sinai Health System spans five years, combining pediatrics, general psychiatry, and child/adolescent psychiatry training for board eligibility in all three of these disciplines.
Our Psychiatry Residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel provides outstanding clinical training in a dynamic lower-Manhattan hospital.
Our Psychiatry Residency at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-Mount Sinai West is a comprehensive academic and clinical psychiatric program in a setting that is both challenging and supportive.
An accredited, one-year program, our Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship of the Mount Sinai Health System takes place at Mount Sinai West in Manhattan and at our affiliated Bronx Veterans Affairs Medical Center. It includes an optional second year in research.
Our Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel entails rotations between a 30-bed detox unit and a 28-bed inpatient unit that treats acute patients with dual diagnoses of psychiatric and addictive disorders.
Offering innovative and diversified training in psychiatric and psychological care, our Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Hospital provides clinical and research training in an active, progressive environment.
A one-year, integrated program with an ACGME-accredited curriculum, our Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel prepares you for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology’s approved Examination for Added Qualification in Geriatric Psychiatry.
Our Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital is a 12-month, accredited program offering comprehensive, targeted training and mentorship in the many aspects of psychiatric treatment for the geriatric population.
With both inpatient and outpatient clinical rotations, our Psychosomatic Medicine Psychiatry Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel includes liaison work with multidisciplinary teams, didactics, teaching and supervision, administrative duties, and participation in the Education and Quality Improvement committees.
Our one-year Psychosomatic Medicine Psychiatry Fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital allows for full use of the extensive resources across the Mount Sinai Health System. We provide psychiatric training experiences in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Our Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship at Mount Sinai St Luke’s-Mount Sinai West provides a unique opportunity for trainees to gain the essential skills of Psychosomatic Medicine and to experience a diverse patient population and clinical settings between two campuses.
If your interest is in child and adolescent psychiatry, our Seaver Autism Center Fellowship offers an excellent opportunity to participate in and observe a full range of diagnostic evaluation and treatment protocols in these disciplines. You rotate weekly through specialty areas and may also choose to take part in autism research.
The Transgender Psychiatry Fellowship (TPF) Program is a one-year fellowship designed to train an individual in various aspects of transgender mental health care.
Our Autism Clinical Research Fellowship offers training in gold standard evaluation and assessment, clinical trial design, and psychopharmacology across the spectrum.
Through the Friedman Brain Institute and the Leon Levy Foundation, our Neuroscience Fellowship Program affords you an opportunity to bridge science and medicine as you strive to unravel the complexities of the brain and advance the treatment of neurological disorders.
Our Mood and Personality Disorders Fellowship at the Mount Sinai Hospital provides extensive experience in a variety of techniques and areas, including imaging, behavioral genetics, family studies, endocrinology and pharmacological and psychotherapeutic treatment studies.
Our VA Fellowships in Psychosis, Suicide, and Major Mental Illness train psychiatrists and psychologists to become leading recovery-oriented researchers and care providers with a focus on serious mental illness and suicidality in veterans.