MGH McLean

Adult Residency Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Hospital Adult Residency Training Program in Psychiatry has been designed to prepare resident physicians for the practice of psychiatry in the 21st century.

Residency Program by Year

PGY1: Becoming a Physician

Intern year serves to ground the developing psychiatrist as a physician.

PGY2: A New Beginning

This year starts the formal full-time psychiatric training for the MGH/McLean psychiatry resident.

PGY3: Perfecting Skills

Third year is focused on refining the residents’ diagnostic and therapeutic skills.

PGY4: Preparing to Launch

Fourth year marks the final year of residency in the MGH/McLean program.

Special Programs

Combined Adult-Child & Adolescent Track

MGH/McLean offers a unique five- or six-year Combined Adult-Child & Adolescent Program including a pediatric internship at MGH with six months of pediatric rotations, one month of adult neurology, and four months of psychiatry.

Community Psychiatry Program

The MGH Division of Public and Community Psychiatry is the home for clinicians, educators, researchers, trainees and advocates whose primary focus is public sector and community psychiatric populations, disorders and programs, and who embrace the social mission of medicine.

Clinician Educator Program

The Clinician Educator Program’s mission is to prepare residents for a career as clinician educators by offering additional training and mentorship toward developing skills in teaching and education during residency.

Program in Psychodynamics

The Program in Psychodynamics helps residents develop expertise in psychodynamic thinking and apply it to all of their interests in psychiatry — everything from substance abuse to global health to the practice of psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Physician Scientist Training Program

An integrated training program for psychiatrist physician-scientists who seek unlimited research opportunities in a supportive setting

Global Psychiatry

The Division of Global Psychiatry at MGH works to build capacity, conduct research, and provide technical assistance to reduce the tremendous burden that mental health disorders present worldwide. To learn more about the MGH Global Psychiatry, click below.

Program Leadership

Isabel Lagomasino, MD, MSHSProgram Director, Director of Psychiatry Residency Training
Rahel Bosson, MDAssociate Program Director, Global and Community Psychiatry
Richard Bido Medina, MD, PhDAssociate Program Director, Diversity Equity and Inclusion
Robert Fenster, MD, PhDAssociate Program Director
Dave Frederick, MDAssociate Program Director
Co-Director, Clinician Educator Program
Elizabeth Madva, MDAssociate Program Director
Co-Director, Clinician Educator Program
Joshua Salvi, MD, PhDAssociate Program Director
Associate Director, Physician Scientist Training Program
Gaby ChavezResidency Program Manager
Nina FerreiraResidency Coordinator
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