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(1955). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 24:167.

(1955). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 24:167


A program for training in child psychiatry, established several years ago in the CHILD PSYCHIATRY DIVISION of the Department of Psychiatry of THE MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL, New York City, is now partially supported by the United States Public Health Service. The Child Psychiatry Division is included among the American Association of Psychiatric Clinics for Children, which has also approved it for fellowship training in child psychiatry.

The program includes supervised work with premature and normal infants; psychosomatic and psychiatric problems of hospitalized and ambulatory infants and children; guidance and treatment of parents; long-term treatment of childhood psychoses, psychoneuroses, and behavior problems, and adolescent problems. The team approach with psychiatric case work, psychology and pediatrics as well as a psychodynamic psychoanalytic orientation is stressed.

An honorarium of $3,000 for first year and $3,600 for second year fellowships is offered. The prerequisites include a minimum of two years' approved psychiatric training. Applications for fellowships should be filed before March 1, 1955 with Dr. M. Ralph Kaufman, Director, Department of Psychiatry, The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 29, New York.

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