STAR-Center Outpatient Clinic Electives
The STAR-Center Outpatient Clinic provides in-depth electives for residents and research fellows in the assessment, management, and treatment of adolescents at high suicidal risk and with difficult to treat unipolar mood disorders. Electives are also available for master and doctoral level interns in the mental health professions.
For more detailed information about these opportunities, click on the link(s) below.
An exciting graduate level course focusing on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is now being offered at the University of Pittsburgh. Kim Poling, LCSW, Clinical Program Manager at the STAR-Center, and Mary Beth Boylan, Ph.D., who was previously with STAR-Center, are the instructors for the course. The course, PSYED 2588 Special Topics in Child Development and Child Care, is offered during the fall semester each year.
This course is offered as part of the School-Based Behavioral Health graduate program in the Psychology in Education Department. However, non-degree students are welcome to enroll as well.
If you would like information on the course, or how to register: please contact the School of Education at: firstname.lastname@example.org