General Psychiatry Residency Program
The Residency Training Program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences is fully accredited by the ACGME for a total of 22 resident positions. We have a rich and proud tradition with over 50 years of continuous existence. Our basic philosophy is to cultivate fully-capable psychiatrists trained in all aspects of modern psychiatric practice.
Child-Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is a two-year fully accredited program it is usually entered after the third or fourth year of psychiatry residency, although under special circumstances, training can begin after the PG II year. Only two fellows are selected each year to ensure a friendly and closely supervised milieu.
Undergraduate Medical Education
Students learn about human behavior and psychiatry throughout the four years of medical school with coursework, clerkship, and electives. This education helps future physicians understand the interplay of emotional, cognitive, biological, and psychosocial factors in their patients' health and illness. A psychiatry interest group, PsychOU, offers social and educational enrichment to students interested in psychiatry.
Clinical Psychology Internship
This consortium internship program is offered through the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Consortium agencies include Children's Hospital of Oklahoma and its clinics: Child Study Center, Veteran's Affairs Medical Center, and University Hospital. The internship was first offered in 1961 and received APA approval in 1962. We have 14 different rotation sites providing both adult and child experiences.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychology
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology is a two-year postdoctoral specialty training program which includes didactic, clinical, and research activities. The program currently has three full-time postdoctoral positions. Two Fellows are funded by OU Medical Center and one by the VA Medical Center. The faculty includes six neuropsychologists.
Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Clinical Psychology
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Clinical Psychology includes didactic, clinical and research activities with a emphasis in one of nine areas: pediatric psychology (one year, second year possible) and child clinical psychology (one year, second year possible), and psychology in chronic mental illness (one year), family mental health (one year), geropsychology (one year), health psychology (one year), trauma and deployment recovery service (one year), and primary care (one year).