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(1951). Fellowship Announcement. Psychoanal. Rev., 38(3):301-303.

(1951). Psychoanalytic Review, 38(3):301-303

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Fellowship Announcement

Fellowships in child psychiatry are still available for September, 1951, in a number of member clinics of the American Association of Psychiatric Clinics for Children. We would like to hear from potential applicants even if their draft status should be uncertain. These fellowships offer specialized training in child guidance clinic psychiatry in a number of member clinics which have been approved as training centers by the Association. This training begins at a third-year, post-graduate level with minimum prerequisites of graduation from medical school, a general or rotating internship, and a two-year residency in psychiatry-all approved.

This training is in preparation for specialization in child psychiatry, and especially for positions in community clinics devoted wholly or in part to the out-patient treatment of children with psychiatric problems. At the completion of training, attractive openings are available in all parts of the country. Fellows receive instruction and supervision in diagnostic and therapeutic techniques with children, in the utilization of the integrated services of the psychiatric clinic team, and in the coordination of clinic effort with the work of health, welfare, and educational agencies in the community. There is considerable variation in the different clinics, due to the fact that they are under different auspices and have various affiliations.

Most of the clinics plan for a two-year training period, although a few still accept one-year fellows, and a few others will consider giving one-year training in special cases.

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