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Education & Training

At McLean Hospital, we invest in the future of mental health resources through our robust training programs for students and practicing professionals, as well as through public outreach to parents, teachers and community leaders. By way of these interactions, the hospital enhances the understanding of mental illness and helps to reduce its stigma, while at the same time, shaping the practice of mental health care.
Pictured: Bill Carlezon, PhD, Chief of the Division of Basic Neuroscience, delivers a Grand Rounds lecture

Postgraduate and Continuing Education

McLean offers many educational initiatives including weekly Grand Rounds lectures on the Belmont campus.

McLean Conferences

McLean hosts a series of professional education conferences on topics including addictions and borderline personality disorder.

Mental Health Sciences Library

The library offers a comprehensive range of services for McLean staff.

Psychiatry Training

A teaching facility of Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital has trained generations of psychiatrists.

Psychology Training

The McLean/Harvard Medical School Internship in Clinical Psychology is among the most sought-after programs in the country.

Additional Training Opportunities

Opportunities are available for others including social workers, nurses, and students.

College Mental Health Program (CMHP)

Consultation services to college and university administrators, student affairs professionals, and mental health providers.