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Why Psychotherapy Needs to Be Taught (More & Better) During Residency Training


In case you’re wondering, the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education program requirements for psychiatry is 35 pages long. The words “psychotherapy” and “psychotherapies” appear a total of four times.

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This article is one of a three-site simultaneous discussion on Psychotherapy and Psychiatry.

On Shrink Rap Today, I discuss psychotherapy, high volume practice models, and what we’ve learned about how Maryland psychiatrists actually practice. Click Here to read “Psychiatry and Psychotherapy: Still Around.

On our main Shrink Rap blog, there is a brief overview of psychotherapy in psychiatry. Click Here to read “Psychotherapy in Psychiatry: Keeping it Alive.”

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Dinah Miller, M.D. is the co-author of Shrink Rap: Three Psychiatrists Explain Their Work, recently released by Johns Hopkins University Press.


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