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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Psychiatry Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search AboutAbout Message From the Head of the Department of Psychiatry Leadership News Conferences and Seminars Giving History TimelineHistory Timeline Department Heads Vice Chairs Endowed Professorships Residency Training Directors Directors of the Division of Child Psychiatry Directors of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Training Program Book on the history of the department Faculty EducationEducation Residency ProgramResidency Program CurriculumCurriculum General Overview of the Program Clinical Training Psychotherapy Training Leadership Training Research Training Didactics Current Residents Resident Accomplishments Social Media and Videos Graduates ApplyingApplying Campus map Central West End Frequently Asked Questions Contacts Residency Verifications Child & Adolescent Fellowship Program Postgraduate Research Opportunities Medical Student Education ResearchResearch Faculty by Research Interest Research Centers & Programs Research Career Development Divisions Diversity, Equity, & InclusionDiversity, Equity, & Inclusion Education/Training/Professional Development DEI Research Mental Health Equity in Clinical Services Additional Department of Psychiatry DEI Activities and Opportunities DEI Psychiatry Newsletter DEI Funding Program Diversity at Washington University Patient CarePatient Care Services & Treatments Employee Clinical Services Why Choose WashU? 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Our faculty have the experience to be renowned leaders in medicine and academia and will serve as crucial mentors to all residents and, more intensely, with residents interested in pursuing leadership roles. Leadership in Education and Administration Program (LEAP) The Leadership in Education Administration Program (LEAP) seeks to provide early training in leadership to enhance success at subsequent stages of residents’ careers.  LEAP represents formalized mentorship and curriculum to those residents who want to explore leadership in academic clinical medicine and education. This program is open to any resident, regardless of prior experience. We tailor our leadership program to develop and maximize your individual skills. Most residents typically will enter LEAP as PGY1s.  However, the program can be individualized to residents entering at any year of training. LEAP program structure LEAP is structured to provide leadership training and opportunities across all years to individuals in both the general adult psychiatry program (4 years) and the child and adolescent psychiatry program (5 years). The program is composed of two phases, details of which can be found below. Phase 1: Exploration The first phase of LEAP occurs during PGY1 and 2 and is designed to allow residents to explore a career in leadership. In addition to mentoring and didactic time, residents can devote one PGY2 elective block (approximately 1 month) to exploring projects and/or research in clinical education or administration. PGYTime on LEAP ElectiveDidactics, Courses, MeetingsMilestones1Monthly advisor meetingsLeadership courseIdentify project mentorCreate career development goalsIdentify a LEAP interest2Optional (up to one elective block)Advisor meetingsMentor meetingsLeadership courseIndividualized courseworkFurther development of career goalsDevelop specific LEAP project Phase 2: In-depth training The second phase is a more intensive program that begins in PGY3 and runs the rest of residency training. It is designed for those residents who, after Phase 1, have decided to continue pursuing a career in leadership in education administration. This second phase provides for in-depth training, including a formal project, career mentoring, and didactics. Residents can have one hour a week of their third year dedicated to LEAP efforts. PGYTime on LEAP ElectiveDidactics, Courses, MeetingsMilestones31 hour weekly protected timeAdvisor meetingsMentor meetingsLeadership courseIndividualized courseworkFurther development of career goalsCarry out LEAP project Adult program Residents staying in the general adult program will then have 4 months of their PG4 year to finish carrying out their projects. PGYTime on LEAP ElectiveDidactics, Courses, MeetingsMilestones4Up to 33% FTEAdvisor meetingsMentor meetingsAdministrative psychiatry seminarLeadership courseIndividualized courseworkSolidify career goalsCompletion of projectPresent results at national meeting (optional)Publication of results (optional) Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows Those residents who decide to pursue training in child and adolescent psychiatry at Washington University can continue to be in LEAP. PGYTime on LEAP ElectiveDidactics, Courses, MeetingsMilestones4Advisor meetingsMentor meetingsLeadership courseIndividualized courseworkFurther development of career goalsCarry out LEAP project5Advisor meetingsMentor meetingsAdministrative psychiatry seminarLeadership courseIndividualized courseworkSolidify career goalsCompletion of projectPresent results at national meeting (optional)Publication of results (optional) Joining LEAP LEAP is a training option available to all residents. Applicants do not have to apply separately to LEAP as it is not a specific training track with a separate ACGME number.  In order to have time to meet with a mentor and, optimally, plan for the second year of rotations, residents typically join Phase 1 of LEAP in the first year. There is no maximum number of residents who can take part in LEAP nor is there a minimum educational requirement. In order to continue into Phase 2, residents must submit a detailed project and career development plan, which has to be approved by the supervising faculty before entering into Phase 2. Applicants to the residency program who are interested in LEAP are encouraged to indicate such interest at the time they apply so that we can be prepared to discuss the interest during the interview process. 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