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Fellows have 3-4 individual education sessions each week, during which they focus on a series of curricular modules throughout the year. The modules are developed or adapted based on the clinical interests and scope of practice of each fellow. An example curriculum for a family practice provider is included below:

  1. Integrated and Primary Care Psychiatry in the Context of Historical and Ongoing Racism and Structural Oppression
  2. Principles of Psychiatric Care in the Community
  3. The Primary Care-Based Psychiatric Interview and the Mental Status Exam
  4. Suicide and Violence Risk Assessment
  5. Psychotherapy in Primary Care
  6. Major Depressive Disorder
  7. Treatment-Resistant Depression
  8. Other Depressive Disorders
  9. Bipolar Disorders
  10. Generalized Anxiety Disorder 
  11. Other Anxiety Disorders
  12. Trauma-Informed Care 
  13. Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders and Dissociative Disorders
  14. Alcohol Use Disorder and Tobacco Use Disorder
  15. Other Substance Use Disorders
  16. First-Episode Psychosis
  17. Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders 
  18. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders
  19. Geriatric Psychiatry
  20. Neurocognitive Disorders
  21. Perinatal Psychiatry
  22. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  23. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders
  24. Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurodevelopment Disorders, and Elimination Disorders  
  25. Feeding and Eating Disorders
  26. Personality Disorders
  27. Sleep-Wake Disorders, Sexual Dysfunctions and Paraphilic Disorders 
  28. Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders, Pain Psychiatry, Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Illness and Other Mental Disorders
  29. LGBTQI+ Psychiatry
  30. Cultural Psychiatry and Global Mental Health
  31. Practicing Culturally- and Linguistically-Humble Psychiatric Care
  32. Toward the Praxis of an Anti-Oppressive and Structurally-Subversive Primary Care Psychiatry