Celebrating Their Achievements
Residents gather before the annual Senior Talks presented by the Class of 2013.
A Culture of Learning
PGY1 residents from the Class of 2015 meet for a weekly educational didactic seminar at MGH.
Building friends and colleagues for a lifetime
Current residents favorite thing about the program? Each other. It’s a common theme, and one that promotes a rewarding experience, both at work and at play.Pictured: Jeffrey Devido (Class of 2012), Justin Chen (Class of 2013) and Ying Wang (Class of 2013) relax at the program’s annual Beach Day.
Supporting One Another
PGY4 residents from the Class of 2012 meet for a weekly educational didactic seminar.
Happy Together
PGY3 Residents from the Class of 2013 meet for a weekly educational didactic seminar at MGH.
Catching Up Every Week
PGY2 residents from the Class of 2014 meet for a weekly educational didactic seminar in the Hackett Room at MGH.
Shared Experience
Residents from the Class of 2017 make new connections.

Overview

Every year, 16 residents join our program, and 16 residents graduate. Our residents come from all over the United States and other countries. They represent a unique group of psychiatry residents in their talents, generosity, collegial spirit, curiosity, and desire to have fun while pursuing rigorous training. They come to MGH and McLean already with multiple degrees, world travel, research innovations, and community service. They bring an open and giving heart enthusiastic for clinical practice.They are ready team players and form an extraordinary bond with their classmates and fellow residents that lasts a lifetime of friendship and collegiality. Our residents will often comment that their favorite part of the MGH/McLean residency experience is the residents they get to share it with. Nearly two thirds of each class stay in Boston, and we are continually enriched by their passion for psychiatry and contributions to our field. These pages hope to introduce you to who we are in hopes that our enthusiasm and commitment to psychiatry resonates with your own passion for our field.

While our program offers a plethora of opportunities and strengths, it is also balanced along each spectrum: academic research to strong clinical skills, pharmacology to psychotherapy, global policy to community care. Kathryn Tompkins, Class of 2014