The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is dedicated to training students, residents and fellows of today to become the mental healthcare leaders of tomorrow – whether in public or private sectors, in solo or group practice, as researchers, educators or clinicians. We offer educational programs to medical students, residents, fellows, psychology interns, postdoctoral research fellows, visiting students, observers and other trainees. Our training totals more than 1,650 students and 175,000 hours of education annually, including specialties in psychiatry, psychology and many other areas. Through our continuing education programs and community events, we also provide current mental health professionals and the public with the latest information on mental health treatments and research.