Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Program

Campbell University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship is a two-year program with three fellowship positions each year. The fellowship trains child and adolescent psychiatrists to meet the mental health needs and demands of children, youth and families.

Cape Fear Valley Health System (CFVH) is the primary rotation site for the Child and Adolescent Fellows (CAP). CFVH is a multispecialty hospital system, serving more than five counties providing behavioral health services through direct care and telepsychiatry services to thousands of clients and families.

Training Locations

Cape Fear Valley Emergency Department, located at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center is the busiest in the state of North Carolina and one of the top 12 busiest in the country. Also on the medical center campus is the new Center for Medical Education and Neuroscience Institute, a 120,000-square-foot General Medical Education teaching facility with food court, cutting edge simulation lab and an enormous resident lounge with gym. The lecture halls can be used for didactics and interviews.

CAP fellows will be working in a wide variety of practice settings throughout Cape Fear Valley Health. CAP fellows will be trained to provide care across a range of settings, from outpatient to group home to inpatient. CAP fellows are also trained to provide consultation to multiple agencies including inpatient and outpatient primary care, other pediatric specialties, school systems, court settings and health care organizations.

Cape Fear Valley Health in Fayetteville, North Carolina, is an award-winning, 8-hospital regional health system, one of the largest in the state is a 950-bed regional health system with more than 1 million inpatient and outpatients annually. A private not-for-profit organization with more than 7,000 employees and 850 physicians. There are 16 residency and fellowship programs with over 300 approved positions. CAP Fellows will be doing their pediatric consultations rotation that includes pediatric emergency room services, pediatric medical floor consults. They will be serving the community by providing outpatient mental health services to families and children from 3-18 ages in the CAP fellowship clinic through medication management and psychotherapy services.

UNC Pediatric Neurology: Fellows will be doing one block of required pediatric neurology rotation at UNC.

Womack Army Hospital: Fellows will be doing some of their electives working with developmental pediatrics, genetic clinic, eating disorders specialized therapist etc.

Falcon Children's Home/Magnolia Hope: This is a level one group home and fellows will be doing outpatient clinic two half-days per month, also doing televisits with youth at Magnolia Hope, which is a safe house for trafficking youth.