The educational experience will include clinical experiences in Inpatient Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, and outpatient Psychosomatic Medicine Settings. The outpatient interdisciplinary settings include Primary Care Mental Health Integration (including the Women’s Mental Health Program); and Specialty Clinics ( the Pain Clinic and the Oncology Clinic). The fellow will perform assessments and provide comprehensive treatment (psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic interventions), working as part of an interdisciplinary team. There will be dedicated time to participate in interdisciplinary educational opportunities as well as the Psychosomatic Medicine Curriculum. The curriculum will include weekly didactic seminars, individual and group supervision, journal club, teaching patient rounds and critical incident conferences. The fellow will be involved in teaching within psychiatry as well as to other disciplines, as part of their liaison work, and with the goal of developing leadership and administrative skills.