A three-part system of broad and intensive clinical experience, individual supervision, and didactic seminars anchors the general psychiatry residency program. The educational program is divided into three major areas:
- Acquisition of clinical skills
- Establishment of a psychiatric knowledge base
- Personal growth of the individual as he or she develops as a psychiatrist
The program emphasizes in-depth understanding of the individual patient. This is the foundation for the program’s exceptional competence in the teaching of psychotherapy, biological psychiatry, research, and the realities of today’s rapidly changing healthcare delivery systems. Residents graduate from the program well prepared for a wide range of psychiatric careers that may include research, teaching, and hospital-based or private practice. The four-year program in general psychiatry has eight positions available in each class.
- Director’s Message
Hear from our Training Program Directors, Joan M. Anzia, MD, and Robert Lloyd, MD
Get detail on our residency programs' application processes and requirements
- Application Information
Get detail on the Feinberg Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences residency application process, including application requirements, components, key dates, and contact information
- Current Residents
Meet our current Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences residents
Get detail on our resident training
- Residents as Advocates
Learn about our annual advocacy trip to Springfield, Illinois
- Resident Events
Find information on the social and academic events on the resident’s calendar
Get resident benefits and salary through the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University’s Housestaff Manual.
Commitment to Diversity
Feinberg aspires to be a leader in academic medical diversity initiatives and practice. Learn more about diversity programs and initiatives in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Training Program Directors
Joan M. Anzia, MD
For more information, contact Mia Collins, housestaff coordinator.