The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship program at Washington University School of Medicine aims to train highly proficient, lifelong learning, and self-caring child and adolescent psychiatrists who will impact communities in the United States and around the world through research, clinical care, education, outreach, public health, and leadership in the very underserved area of child mental health.

Led by Eric Spiegel, MD, the program is open to residents who have completed at least three years of residency training.