Community and Public Safety Psychiatry
Evaluation, treatment and oversight for licensed and certified professionals working in the health care, legal, law enforcement, and transportation fields.
Evaluation, treatment and oversight for licensed and certified professionals working in the health care, legal and transportation fields.
Evaluation and treatment of human sexual behavior disorders and other problematic activities including paraphilias, for clinical, forensic and research purposes.
Consultation support to law enforcement, emergency management, fire, and rescue agencies and associated research efforts.
Outpatient setting mental health care on the MUSC campus and at community and institutional settings locally and around the state; research; education; general clinical telepsychiatry services to local and state agencies.
Opportunities include an accredited one-year Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship; medical student, physician resident and fellow electives in forensic psychiatry evaluations and treatment, sexual behaviors evaluations and treatment, and research; general psychiatry medication management clinic elective; social worker forensic field placement; criminal justice undergraduate internship elective.
Private, state and federally funded research projects focused on forensic, sexual behavior, law enforcement, general community-based psychiatry services, and other topics.