Women’s Mental Health Fellowship

The Women's Mental Health Fellowship provides psychiatrists with advanced training in Women’s Mental Health, with an emphasis on perinatal psychiatry.

Apply for our 2021-2022 fellowship!
The Women’s Mental Health Fellowship provides psychiatrists or psychiatric nurse practitioners with advanced training in Women’s Mental Health, with an emphasis on perinatal psychiatry. The 12-month fellowship takes advantage of the department’s strengths in collaborative care, consultation and perinatal mental health.


Fellowship Type(s):
Clinical Fellowship, Psychiatry Fellowship

  • Perinatal Psychiatry specialty clinic
  • Consultation to high-risk Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Primary Care Clinics
  • Experience as a psychiatric consultant within perinatal collaborative care
  • Training in advanced psychopharmacology and evidence-based psychotherapies during preconception, pregnancy, and the postpartum period
  • Perinatal addictions
  • Telephone consultation with our statewide Partnership Access Line (PAL) for Moms service for health care providers
  • Experience in our VA women’s mental health and trauma clinics, including assessment, medication treatment, and evidence-based psychotherapy for PTSD
  • Women’s Mental Health
  • Shared Integrated Care didactics with Integrated Care, Addiction, and Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellows
  • CV
  • Personal Statement explaining your interest in women’s mental health
  • Three letters of recommendation, including one from your psychiatry residency director

Please send the required documents to Deborah Cowley, MD, at dcowley@uw.edu.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Start date is July, 2020.

Deborah Cowley, MD, at mcmh@uw.edu