IJR has been engaged in training since its inception in 1909. Clinical and research trainees range from high school students through post-doctoral fellows and visiting faculty interested in learning more about the nature of mental health, including prevention and treatment of mental disorders of child and adolescent onset. IJR houses nationally recognized training programs in Child Psychiatry, Child Psychology, and Social Work. It is recognized as having the longest continuous training programs in Child Psychiatry and Child Psychology in the nation. Recently, the Psychology Training program at IJR won two national awards from the American Psychological Association for outstanding training in child mental health services. Trainees work on interdisciplinary teams and participate in a wide range of research and clinical services.  

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