Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
What we do here in the Morehouse School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral
Sciences – and how – has never been more important.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences was established in 1984 and has a longstanding commitment to addressing behavioral health inequities through contributing to the mental healthcare . . .
Our team is unified by our department and institutional mission. Each member of our faculty and staff is committed to doing their part in creating a mentally healthier society and a more representative mental health workforce. Our primary faculty have specialized training in Child & Adolescent, Addiction, Consult, Global and Forensic Mental Health that is complemented by the broad range of expertise in our Adjunct faculty.
Our accomplished Faculty, Psychiatry Residents, and CAP Fellows are active members of their communities and in their respective professional organizations. Check out some of their latest contributions and achievements in our Department Highlights.
Morehouse Shool of Medicine is excited to host the 2023 DeWitt Symposium, which will be a research, advocacy and professional development event for URM Pscychiatry trainees from throughout the Southeast United States.
Psychiatry Residency 2022 Spring Retreat
We offer dynamic, culturally and structurally informed General Psychiatry Residency and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Training. Our programs are rooted in the overarching institutional mission of Leading in the Creation and Advancement of Health Equity.
Our faculty are committed to designing and delivering great learning experiences for our students. Our department plays an integral role during the basic science and clinical years for medical students and offers a number of exciting electives for 4th year medical students.
Supported by our dedicated staff, our faculty, residents and fellows are engaged in a wide variety of scholarly pursuits. Additionally, our faculty hold numerous professional leadership positions at both regional and national levels. Spring of 2023, we're excited to host the DeWitt Symposium, which will be a research, advocacy and professional development event for URM Pscychiatry trainees from throughout the Southeast United States.