Residency Outreach

The Psychiatric APN Post Doctorate Residency Program at Center For Family Guidance, PC

The training faculty members of Center for Family Guidance are committed to the education of psychiatric APN’s and wish to prepare these APN’s to function as well-qualified, intellectual thinkers within their prescribing patterns. We believe that residents require training in the logic behind their prescription choices, operational excellence, and developing their leadership style. Our role as educators is to instill residents with those traits essential to success including honesty and integrity, objectivity, self-motivation, curiosity, timeliness, and a sense of responsibility.

The Psychiatric APN Post Doctorate Residency Program is a one year training program.

We are currently accepting residents.  The class of 2019–2020 will begin in September 2019. Applications are being accepted now.

To learn more about the CFG Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Post Doctorate Residency Program download the brochure here: CFG Residency Brochure

If you are interested in our program you can download the application here: CFG Residency Application

“I appreciated that I spent the months waiting for licensure learning and preparing for the new role I was about to step into. I can’t recommend this residency enough. Martha Pearson is an exceptional teacher and leader, and the confidence and knowledge I have gained from this training has given me a strong foundation as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.”
– Anna Marks, resident in the CFG APN Post Doctorate Residency Program
“Participating in CFG’s APN Residency allowed me the opportunity to further develop the theoretical foundation that my educational training had provided by creating a low ratio, high investment learning environment with the direction and support of a well-established and experienced Clinical Nurse Educator to gain the confidence, knowledge base and critical thinking skills necessary to become a safe and effective independent provider.”
– Janan McCormick, resident in the CFG APN Post Doctorate Residency Program