Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship

The Consultation-Liaison (CL) Psychiatry Fellowship at UT Southwestern has been accredited since 2007 by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our program aims to create leaders in CL Psychiatry in the areas of healing, education, and research.

We expect our graduates to work in diverse settings and with diverse populations, and therefore one of our aims is to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in the field. We are committed to an atmosphere of support for our trainees that emphasizes their wellness, and we are committed to ensuring that the emphasis is on training needs.

2023 CL Psychiatry Fellowship Graduation

The CL Psychiatry Fellowship at UT Southwestern will provide you the opportunity to practice psychiatry in a population with challenging comorbid psychiatric, neurologic, and medical illnesses. As life expectancy continues to increase and sociopolitical forces limit availability of quality mental health care in the community, this ever-increasing patient population will demand the expertise of CL psychiatrists. The CL Psychiatry Fellowship will supplement your general psychiatry training with a rich clinical experience and academic environment in which to develop skills in CL Psychiatry. As a CL Psychiatry fellow, you will provide leadership on interdisciplinary teams composed of medical and physician assistant (PA) students, residents, psychologists, psychology doctoral interns, and social workers; you will have daily opportunities to teach medical students and psychiatry residents, as well as residents in other medical specialties; and you will participate in quality improvement, patient safety, and scholarly activities.

Education and Training 
Rotation Locations 
CL Fellowship Faculty 
CL Current Fellows and Alumni 
A Day in the Life of a CL Fellow 

Virtual Campus Tour

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