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Application Details

We look for mature, motivated applicants who have satisfactorily completed an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited general psychiatry residency prior to entering the program. We strive for a well-rounded class of two fellows with individual strengths in different areas.

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Eligibility

Applicants must be general psychiatry fourth-year residents with U.S. citizen or permanent resident status and have passed the COMPLEX or USMLE Steps I and II. Applicants must be eligible for a Texas license upon the completion of residency, and their school must be listed on the Texas Medical Board’s list of medical schools with substantial equivalence.

Application Procedure

Our program uses the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine Common Fellowship Application, submitted directly to our program coordinator. We cannot accept Electronic Residency Application Service applications.

Residents apply through the National Resident Matching Program Specialties Match Program. We do not offer any pre-match positions.

The Common Fellowship Application includes:

  • Curriculum Vitae/Résum´
  • A brief, one page, personal statement (optional)
  • Two or three letters of reference, with one from the current program director, submitted directly by their authors.

Please submit complete application materials by Nov. 1. Electronic submission to cclark@ascension.org is preferred. Mailed applications may be submitted to Charla Clark, 3501 Mills Ave., Austin, TX 78731.

Interview Process

After review, our program coordinator will be in contact with you to schedule an interview. Interview season is from mid-September until the end of November. Accept or decline a position any time after Dec. 1. We interview on Fridays so you may plan a weekend in our beautiful city. Interviews may be scheduled outside the season or on alternate days in extraordinary circumstances.