The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health has a long history and proud tradition of providing state-of-the-art clinical care, outstanding education and training programs, and cutting-edge biopsychosocial research in the Nation’s Capital.
Prospective patients and their families can receive extensive psychiatric, psychological and/or neuropsychological evaluations and a full range of psychiatric treatments. For further information regarding our clinical services or to make an appointment to see a GW Medical Faculty Associates clinician, please call (202) 741-2888.
Education and Training
The Department has a fully-accredited psychiatry residency training program and a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship through the Children's National Health System. The Department plays a prominent role in medical student and health science student education.
The Department has a vibrant, federally-funded research program with a focus on global mental health, behavioral health services and workforce development.
Community service is integral to the culture of the GW Department of Psychiatry and its faculty and residents have long been recognized for their efforts.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health offers Grand Rounds for CME credit.