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Core Didactic Experiences

Rutgers UBHC and the Rutgers University Biomedical and Health Sciences Department of Psychiatry are active training centers with trainees from several disciplines. In addition to psychology interns, there are general and child psychiatry residents and fellows, medical students, and social work students. Many other disciplines contribute to the training program, including psychiatrists, social workers, and nurses.

The required core seminars for interns are: Orientation to Rutgers University of Health Sciences and Rutgers UBHC, Introduction to the Newark Community; Basic Skills Overview; Assessment Seminar; Evidence-Based Treatments/Integrated Therapies; Diversity Seminar; Group Supervision. The didactic program is described below. 

Orientation to Rutgers University Biomedical and Health Sciences and Rutgers UBHC (Summer)
Introduction to the Newark Community (Summer)
Basic Skills Overview (summer and early fall)
Testing Seminar (full year)
Diversity Seminar (September-May)
Evidence-Based Mental Health (September – May)
Group Supervision (full year)
Further Didactic Experiences