- Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds - This conference covers clinical topics, case presentations, and research ideas and outcomes pertinent to child and adolescent psychiatry. Topics have included infants raised in institutions, foster care placement dilemmas, pica, posttraumatic stress disorder, behavior disorders, maternal representations and behavior, and stress, emotion, and immaturity.
- Diversity-Informed Mental Health Tenets - This is a highly interactive, interdisciplinary 4-week series completed at the beginning of the academic year to review and discuss diversity-informed tenets of mental health. The tenets were originally created for the field of infant mental health but have been applied to older children and adults. There are 10 tenets such as, "Work to Acknowledge Privilege and Discrimination" and "Support Families in their Preferred Language."
- Assessment - This 8-12-week series includes training in specific adult and child assessment instruments and discussions of other special topics in assessment, such as neuropsychological assessment.
- Evidence-Based Treatments Seminar - This course covers the theory and practical application of several evidence-based treatments for both children and adults. The course meets weekly and both psychology and psychiatry trainees attend. Trainees are encouraged to present their own cases during the course.
- School Issues – This 4-week series covers issues related to providing direct service and consultation in schools.
Other interdisciplinary didactics with Child Psychiatry vary each year and may be required.