Join the APA 100% CLUB! Email your general psychiatry resident roster at the start of the training year to Neila Ariasaif at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify memberships and maintain your 100% club status. For more information visit www.psych.org.
Membership for Psychiatry Residents and Fellows
Residents and Fellows are physicians who have been accepted into a psychiatric residency training program that is approved by the ACGME, RCPS(c), or AOA and remain enrolled therein. Residents enrolled in a one-year primary care training program to be followed by an approved psychiatric residency are eligible for Resident/Fellow membership status.
Interesting in joining the APA?
Through joining the APA, you simultaneously become a member of the Connecticut Psychiatric Society.
To obtain details about membership with the APA please click here.
Attending Connecticut Psychiatric Society Meetings
Dinner meetings occur monthly throughout the year and are open to all Connecticut Psychiatric Society members.
Meetings follow a preset agenda, however topics are approached in a flexiable and open-forum manner that encourages exploration and discussion (and sometimes lively debate) of important issues. MITs are warmly welcomed and urged to participate in the discussions and offer their unique expertise as trainees to the forum.
If you are interested in attending the CPS Council Meetings, please visit the events page of this website for details or contact Kristin Loney at the CPS Executive Office by telephone (860-243-3977) or by email (email@example.com).
Residency Training Programs in Connecticut
Yale University School of Medicine:
Residency Director: Robert Rohrbaugh, M.D.
Resident Representative: TBD
University of Connecticut Health Center:
Residency Director: Jonathan M. Covault, M.D., Ph.D.
Resident Representatives: Ronak Jhaveri, M.D. and Pantea Farahmand, M.D.
Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital Program:
Residency Director: Adrienne Bentman, M.D.
Resident Representative: David Schmidt, D.O.