To work as a child psychiatrist, you must complete medical school and earn a degree. After medical school, you must complete a residency in general psychiatry followed by additional training in child and adolescent psychiatry or in a residency program which integrates adult and child psychiatry training. In residency, you learn about properly evaluating, diagnosing, and treating children and implementing applied behavioral analysis (ABA) to improve learning issues associated with autism, bipolar disorder, and other disorders. Become board-certified by completing the requirements of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN).
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